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    Default botanic gardens waterfall

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    pure Fuji s602z, no additional equipment
    colour correction and post processed in photoshop.


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    i feel a bit too soft ler... prefer sharp one

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    Your S602 seems to suffer from the same problem as mine... there's a orange cast to a lot of images.

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    Default Re: botanic gardens waterfall

    Originally posted by shawntim
    comments, flames welcomed.

    pure Fuji s602z, no additional equipment
    colour correction and post processed in photoshop.

    what's the settings?

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    Originally posted by darkness
    Your S602 seems to suffer from the same problem as mine... there's a orange cast to a lot of images.
    here's the original image. I don't think there's an orange cast in the original. I did colour adjustments for the posted image above.

    Settings are F11, 1/8s, ISO 160, no flash, Multi-metering

    This is actually a panaroma stitched together from about 6 full frame photos.

    Last edited by shawntim; 6th November 2002 at 12:58 AM.

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    the original one looks alot nicer IMO

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    yup yup, i like the original one more...

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    thanks. was the post processing unnecessary or was it overdone?

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    The original is much nicer, IMHO, though the 1st pic reminds me of an untamed jungle, probably due to the over saturated colours.

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    Thanks chenwei, darkness, MaGixShOe, Goondu for the comments.

    I just enjoyed playing with the colours.

    Btw, I didn't like the original mainly because the light conditions were extremely flat. the subjects, plants, didn't stand out at all. And 1/8s seems even a little too fast.. the waterfall still looks plasticky.

    But for the rest of the details, composition etc.. satisfactory lah.
    Last edited by shawntim; 6th November 2002 at 09:58 AM.

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