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banehawi

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  • Battening down the hatches

    Super shot.
    • 26 Jul 2017 4:41PM
  • Storm Dodger.

    Very moody, and a slight uphill cruise captain!
    • 26 Jul 2017 4:36PM
  • Low tide

    Good but better in mono. The liens are much more accentuated, giving a dynamic, in motion effect
    • 26 Jul 2017 4:28PM
  • Tally Ho,...

    A few questions:

    Assuming you are shooting JPEG, and assuming minimal cropping, your images seem to be small file sizes, and small dimensions? Are you shooting in the highest possible JPEG resolution? Are you re-sizing for uploading, if so, dont, there no file size limit.

    Difficult light, very bright, high dynamic range, and I cant tell time of day from exif as the camera time is not correct.


    Regards


    Willie
    • 26 Jul 2017 4:06PM
  • Milk Man

    Its a lovely scene mario.

    How it look in mono depends a lot on how youve converted the original, and you can easily end up with a dark image even if the original is brighter.

    So, if you still have the original colour, can you upload it as a mod?

    Its also a very high contrast shot, - might be the light, might be your processing, I cant tell. So a mod also needs a considerably lower contrast, so I look forward to the original. Foe viewing, you dont need much of a calibration, just contrast and brightness, and most calibration processes suggest you leave brightness and contrast at the factory default. To check this, scroll down to the bottom of this screen and theres a calibration strip, bottom left; you should be able to see all of the 16 distinct shades.

    I did load a mod anyway, and Ive cropped a bit.

    Ive mentioned many times previously about spot metering; it will, and does for you always cause underexposure; this is very, very common from my experience here; spot metering is not designed for metering off a single point, it meant to be used to meter a few different points, all neutral, and a calculation made according to experience; so I suggest you revert to the default matrix mode.

    Regards, hope all is well,


    Willie
    • 26 Jul 2017 3:48PM
  • at glenarm

    Thats a gorgeous ship Billy.

    I levelled the horizon, slight tilt.


    Willie
    • 26 Jul 2017 12:23AM
  • Boeing Globemaster

    Ive been inside one of these some years back, impossibly huge.
    • 25 Jul 2017 10:12PM
  • Some nice work, - youve a good eye for a shot


    W
  • Lots of really good shots in this portfolio, - many deserving of much more acknowledgment than theyre getting.



    W
  • A superb set of images showing a real connection with the subjects in many cases. A master class in the art of b&w.


    Willie
  • Nice range of very good shots, especially the portraits


    W
  • Love your pf, - you have a terrific eye for a shot.

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    • Posted on Strobe's profile
    • 20 Jul 2008 3:21AM
  • Moira, I just LOVE the Dublin series, - as a part Irish person you will understand how your journey, so well documented in this series really resonates with a person born and raised there, as I am.

    Regards

    Willie
  • Beautiful set of landscapes, well done.

    W
  • I like your new PF pic Vic.

    W
  • Very nice portfolio


    W
    • Posted on NikkiW's profile
    • 7 May 2008 8:43PM
  • You have a very nice portfolio, - Im inspired to take better shots around Toronto!

    Added you to my favourites.

    Regards

    Willie