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Steve Cribbin


I hope that you enjoy my images and I appreciate all comments and advice.

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  • A close relative

    Thanks very much for the votes, the great comments and especially the award.
    I was pleased with it so I hoped that others might like it as well.
    Thanks again.

    • 20 Sep 2015 7:28PM
  • Elephants

    Hi matiyalust,

    This is a an interesting image of the elephant family but unfortunately there appears to be something wrong with your camera - unless you have altered the image after taking it.
    I have looked at the four images that you have uploaded and the problem is the same on the butterfly image.
    Both of these images have a strong cyan colour cast to them.
    The image data shows that you have used the auto white balance for all of your images but only the ones with the flash turned on have the right white balance.
    I would suggest that you try to use the sunshine setting for normal outdoor images rather than the auto white balance to see if that is working properly.
    Otherwise, use the auto white balance but leave the flash turned on.
    It will not have much, if any, lighting effect beyond about 3m but it does appear to correct the problem.
    I hope that you are able to get over this problem and take many good photos.

    • 14 Mar 2014 1:33PM
  • Power

    I agree with Paul and Moira - it is an excellent image just needing some detail changes.
    As well as the fencing in the corner to be removed, I would clone out the hair on the right hand horn, as viewed.
    Keep up the good work.

    • 2 Mar 2014 6:47PM
  • Silent Assassin

    I really enjoy this image.
    All attention on the bird - great texture, exposure, colour, sharpness, etc.
    Ideal background.
    Top work.

    • 22 Feb 2014 10:52AM
  • Before the end of the day

    A beautiful image, completing an excellent year on epz and a wonderful portfolio.

    • 31 Dec 2013 1:37PM
  • Clifford Tower, York

    Thanks for the mod Martin. It has really added more punch to the image.
    Don't worry about removing the people, I thought about it myself but decided against it in the end - so no visit from the family in the night.
    I had aleady applied an exposure gradient to the sky in Lightroom but it can definitely handle the extra dose.
    I wanted to bring out the sun on the stonework but have lost touch with post-processing a bit.
    Thanks for the work that you put into the mod.

    Thanks for all of the votes and comments.

    • 12 Apr 2012 3:46PM
  • Corfu Shieldbug

    Thanks for the comments and votes folks.
    I am still often amazed at the quality of some of the shots from the Lumix.
    I tend to take that rather than my 40D when I go on "normal" holidays to make it easy to get around but still get reasonable images.
    I find that I sometimes have to force myself to treat it seriously, as it is so small and light.
    It was only really trying to take shots of birds in flight that I found really hard but, again, it is easy to forget that the tele end of the zoom is nearly 500mm (35mm equiv).

    • 10 Dec 2011 10:19PM
  • Hi Anne, hope the op went well and you are well on the mend. All the best for 2006. Regards Steve
    • Posted on flossie's profile
    • 4 Jan 2006 3:31AM