Nice Wildlife shots by Stevebloom


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FLiNcHY

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thoroughly engaging and beautiful

Africa really is a photographer's paradise


Any idea what camera he's using?
 

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His photos are really too good to be true man!
National geographic quality

He should be going digital
Check out all these top photographers who have gone digital
http://www.apple.com/pro/photo/africa/

Sure beats lugging tons of film and equipment around anytime
 

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I sort of get the same impression. A number of the images look unreal to me.... Almost like someone did a really good job in Photoshop....

Originally posted by FLiNcHY
his dolphin pics look almost unreal:what:
 

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I sort of get the same impression. A number of the images look unreal to me.... Almost like someone did a really good job in Photoshop....
i agree... they remind me almost of drawings or paintings. i get the impression that the pictures were ran thru a PS filter...
 

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Definately photoshop
but how do u get that sharpness in the first place?
 

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Very nice indeed....



Originally posted by FLiNcHY

He should be going digital

Sure beats lugging tons of film and equipment around anytime
Being a wildlife photog, I don't think it would matter if you use digital or film. You will still have heaps of gear to lug around.
 

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Oh yeah?
pls read the apple link i provided

those professionals said that going digital was so much easier than the old method

Not just the equipment
Going digital meant that they could just connect straight to a labtop and edit their images straight there

the old method meant that they had to lug around their "darkroom" everywhere they went
And the rural areas they went to usually had no photoprinting services

Going digital is tons more effective
As photojournalists,speed is the most important factor too. Going digital certainly meant much faster speeds
 

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