Ruthbaby......here is Ziploc picture!!Originally posted by ziploc
And me at the foot of the summit (taken by my friend).
if you've got the time, try Nepal or Tibet. That is where you really feel like you've touched the sky, and that you're on top of the world. The view is amazing too, but the conditions aren't too favourable for bringing a digicam up.Originally posted by kamwai
any pic taken on the peak? when i reached the peak...i have a feeling that i almost reached the space...as i were so much above the clouds layer
ya..definitely will not bring my D30 there!!Originally posted by Tweek
if you've got the time, try Nepal or Tibet. That is where you really feel like you've touched the sky, and that you're on top of the world. The view is amazing too, but the conditions aren't too favourable for bringing a digicam up.
No problem.Originally posted by Goose
sorry for asking this but was any post processing done for the above pics??
hmm?? not him meh? I thot was the one using c700 back in the hardwarezone forum... the one with signature of a c700 pic??Originally posted by isomers007
thot he;s been using a g2 all along?
Wah!!! Thanks for your detailed explanation!!Originally posted by ziploc
Post processing applied to all shots:
resize, unsharp mask (to recover the sharpness lost due to resize), frame and signature.
1st pic - none.
2nd pic - levels (to increase the contrast slightly).
3rd pic - rotate (to level the horizon - it was taken hand held and the horizon was slightly off), levels. This shot was also giving me problem while metering, as I could only choose the correct exposure for the sky or the peak but not both, so I chose the peak and left the sky slightly washout (no I didn't bring any filters).
4th pic - none.