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  • Ashness Bridge

    First of all thank you all so much for replying and trying to help me out, wow, so much to take in, I can't remember who said what but I'll try to answer.

    1. Yeah I used my ND filters to get the milky water, it may have been ND 2 & 4, it is something I did with my first outing with the camera at "Scalebar Force" in yorkshire to get blured water, I didn't know any diffarent and thought I had to use these to get long exposures, but I will definatley try it with maybe 1 or 2 second exposures next time.

    2. The F29 was the same reason, its something I've done before and because I don't know how F stops work I wanted foreground and background in focus,

    3. On the original ( before editing) the bridge looked very grey and dull, this is where I got hold of the "contrast" slider and added contrast to get the brickwork more colourfull, (this is when it blew the background sky out) and I'd clicked "save" before realising I'd blown it out,

    4. I do have Photoshop Cs5 but its very complicated for me at the minute so I just used the editing software that came with the Canon camera.
    5. I thought I'd taken these in Raw.....Obviuosly not.....I'll try and dig out the raw file and have a look.

    Thanks guys you've been great, I wish we could meet up sometime and be stood next to someone who knows what they're are doing as I struggle to take things in by reading a book,
    • 20 Dec 2012 12:09PM
  • Skelwith Force , Cumbria Uk

    Thanks Trev, So in bright sunlight do i need a high F stop so as not to let too much light in, and vice versa if its dark/cloudy ?
    • 19 Dec 2012 10:29AM
  • Scaleber Force Yorkshire

    Thanks Chris, I'll get there one day, I did improve I think during the day, but I think I can only post one pic a day at them min lol
    • 7 Jul 2012 7:26PM
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