"There are no mistakes, only lessons. Growth is a process of trials and errors."
Anyone shooting la luna tonight?
Last edited by brapodam; 19th March 2011 at 11:09 PM.
Omg mad skills! How did you do it?Originally Posted by allenleonhart
Cool.. Your phone can adjust exposure settings. Nice stitch though.Originally Posted by allenleonhart
I love shooting after storms.
Tmr's sunrise should be nice..
Last edited by brapodam; 19th March 2011 at 11:27 PM.
guess what. the troll who doesn't make sense strikes again
*facepalm* my bro just shot everyone of his images in RAW. he was making a huge fuss about the CZ lens and said it's spoilt because all his images turned out the wrong color from his settings.
when i asked him why he's shooting all his images in RAW...he just said "because it's what people shoot in when they want to edit their photos".
so i asked him "do you understand what you can do with RAW?". his reply "no. but my friend recommended that i start with RAW"
so i showed him how he can change exposure data with RAW.... and he was like "oh so that's what it can do....."
i went -.- and just decided to stop the debate.
but honestly... i don't know why people would want to shoot bad crappy shots in RAW to edit
but... yes. shooting in RAW only helps you learn quickly that it's easy to correct digital images. not knowing why you're shooting in RAW, but yet you're doing it based on some "advice"....
if you can't even get a JPEG right. hah. shooting in RAW is easy. no problem. but then you'll never learn.
I shoot RAW to have more room to work with in terms of dynamic range (for pseudo HDRs), and more room to play with white balance, either to correct WB or to use WB to achieve some special effects. So I don't have to worry about white balance, just put on auto WB and shoot