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East Coast Cable Ski

Post by Admin on Sun 04 May 2008, 15:21

Let me start with this thread.. Call from REZ to meet at EAST COAST PARK for some shoots.. Ideas came when I think of cable ski there.. Action shots were taken but need more practise.. C&C welcome.. Keep this thread rolling..


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Here's another one..

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Please help to comment this..

Post by Admin on Mon 05 May 2008, 08:17

Besides the facial expression cannot be captured, what else can be done to enhance the visual effect of this photo? Let's ponder.. WELCOME all C&C..


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Re: East Coast Cable Ski

Post by nicholas_khoo on Tue 06 May 2008, 10:16

hey alex,
The 2nd and the 3rd pics are the best. The 1st one the guy is too high up and the bottom is too empty with not much interesting details.

For pic 3, Maybe u can try cropping off 2/3 from the left of the pic so that it doesn't expose too much uninteresting background on the right. Also, to bring out the contrast of the subject, u can try duplicating layers in PS and select on soft overlay (U might have to adjust the % effect on the soft light overlay). That will bring out the contrast of that pic.. Not to mention, u might also want to try motion blur. It will make it into more of a panning shot as if he is moving really fast.

Just my opinion....

Btw, it is a very wel captured pic. Great composition.

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Re: East Coast Cable Ski

Post by nicholas_khoo on Tue 06 May 2008, 13:32

hi alex...i did some editting for u..hope u dun mind it...if u do, i'll remove this thread.



Let me know what u think.

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Re: East Coast Cable Ski

Post by Admin on Tue 06 May 2008, 16:55

Oh its ok.. Wow.. what did u do? The colour seems more sharper..

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Re: East Coast Cable Ski

Post by daveghard on Tue 06 May 2008, 17:19

nice captures...BTW try to learn to make a little enhancement and cropping for ur pics also....

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Re: East Coast Cable Ski

Post by darksider on Wed 07 May 2008, 00:34

nicholas_khoo wrote:hi alex...i did some editting for u..hope u dun mind it...if u do, i'll remove this thread.



Let me know what u think.


nice framing alex...wasted i didnt bring my bazoka....i have the same angle also but no need to post. rabbit

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Re: East Coast Cable Ski

Post by Admin on Wed 07 May 2008, 08:02

ya dont worry.. we are definitely going back there with your bazooka again one of these days ya?

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Re: East Coast Cable Ski

Post by nicholas_khoo on Wed 07 May 2008, 09:28

Admin wrote:Oh its ok.. Wow.. what did u do? The colour seems more sharper..

Oh, i just used layers to saturate the colors, used the dodge tool to take off the overexposed backlight and finally, used smart sharpen to increase the sharpness of ur pic.

Last but not least, created the black border to bring out the color impact.

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