.....love the creativity of the PP Pros here.
But guys, time to stop lah. Manipulating a photographer's image without his permission is a bit too over done. It is entertaining but do consider the person's feeling.
BTW, still waiting for the photographer's explanation on how the image was taken.
Is this thread suppose to be scary ?
Something stuck on the flash? If it's in front of the lens, it's unlikely that the PG didn't notice it. If it's on the flash, there's no way the PG can detect that when composing thru the VF.
for post #46, it's more like case of low shutter speed..
Last edited by Limsgp; 5th August 2009 at 08:11 AM.
could it be a stray finger?
I was a bit uneasy as a photography forum and things like copyright went out the window and everyone were jumping in to photoshop a photographer's work.
Last edited by xtemujin; 5th August 2009 at 11:49 PM.
y so serius?
it's kopitiam after all.
Wah, such a big hoo haa here on this photo. Ok, let me explain....
At first, I wanna capture a different angle by showing a different perspective. For the fun of it, I shot this photo. Though it's underexpose then, I didn't bother to check what's in the photo that I capture and went on taking other shots.
While editing at home, I realise that this shadow appears in the photo. I thought it might be some things that was capture in the photo. Until recently, I went back to see what did I shoot in. Then I realise that it's a statue on the grave that was in between the shot I took.
Well, this tells us something. What's real and what's not, no one can actually tell..... it can be a real spirit that wonders in between as the shadow size is proportionate to a real person. What u see may not be real and what u don't may be there.
Btw, I didn't PP or DI into the photo cos I also not sure how to as I not familiar with Photoshop. Only know how to use lightroom....
And it appears in the RAW file. Would there be a possibility to edit the original RAW file without changing it's Stats?
The question is.. if it's an object, why was it not illuminated by the flash? unless your flash is not mounted on your cam?
Anyway.. TS(model) is a magician.. maybe that's why she made the object disappear....
Last edited by Limsgp; 7th August 2009 at 01:40 PM.
Not to forget that the object is not the same black as the rest of your image