A&P The Tips~

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  1. IndianPrincessSIP

    IndianPrincessSIP New Member

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  2. Ty Webb

    Ty Webb You don't have to go to college. This isn't Russia

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    those are amazing
     
  3. Tomash

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    I love #3.
    It seems like something out of a dream.
    Can I have one in a 1152x864?
    It'd make a fantastic new wallpaper.
     
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    wow, those are amazing. :eek3:
     
  5. Tomash

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    Lots of chromatic abberation though. It's fixable though, and the pics are really good.
     
  6. IndianPrincessSIP

    IndianPrincessSIP New Member

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    Thanks~

    Tomash, what could I do to cut down on getting those chromatic abberations? I was seeing them when I was working, but didn't want to mess with anything because I knew the shots I was going for were there.

    Here's a link to a 1127x847, PhotoBucket resized it :rolleyes:
    If you need it larger let me know.
    Also I would like to see how you fix the abberations.

    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v504/BohenGallery/cinco/122305_8570rain1152x864copy.png
     
  7. Tomash

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    Thanks for the link.
    I don't really know how I'd remove CA. I've never had to do this, but there probably is a plug-in for this.
    And if your shoot RAW, I think you can remove the purple fringing in programs like Adobe's Camera RAW.
     
  8. SpiderOnTheFloor

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    select the ca areas, then hue/saturation in specific color channels (reds, magentas, blues, etc) and decrease saturation until they are gone. its different for every picture but it works
     
  9. BlackWRX02

    BlackWRX02 OTs Cingular Guru

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    Love the last two :bigthumb:

    excellent stuff
     

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