My newbie shots


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Supersimon27

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Hi guys , just try out my Kx with kits lens last night . All comment welcome :)

Still a newbie , hope to heard some comment from the expert here :)





 

sircam

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nice shots! we were all newbies once upon a time! now a number of us are oldbies!! much more fun being a newbie though!! :bsmilie:
 

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I'd use HDR for these two shots, best with a tripod
 

ItWasntMe

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u stay near me...

i like that old man pix...
 

Supersimon27

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nope . some try with digital filter only.
 

melTS

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hey bro great pics especially the night scene one how in the world u took it without camera shake???
i also noob learning how to take too :)
 

Supersimon27

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It's called Extract Colors.
I only tried 1 shot of this:

Yup that's the function i use :) Quite fun to play with actually :)

hey bro great pics especially the night scene one how in the world u took it without camera shake???
i also noob learning how to take too :)
very nice!! hard to believe you took it w/o tripod and postprocessing! :)
Actually it's just one of the better one . A lot of image also blur blur ... esp when the night get darker and darker .
 

Ahren

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Sorry OT a bit...is there a similar function in Gimp or PS to extract the colours. I am new to this.
 

kengoh

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Sorry OT a bit...is there a similar function in Gimp or PS to extract the colours. I am new to this.
For PS, I convert to BW, then use the History brush to reveal whatever colors I want. ;p
 

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