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Re: Yellowstone - Last Week of September [Re: James Morrissey] #9929
10/06/07 01:04 PM
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Hey,

I re-processed the moose shot in the rain. My wife says that it looks 'unreal' because of the rain. Thoughts?



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Re: Yellowstone - Last Week of September [Re: James Morrissey] #9930
10/06/07 06:41 PM
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James,, I think i tend to agree with your wife,, The moose looks to me like it has a lot of green on it,, But then,, I wasn't there so don't know what it looked like when you took the photo.. DAve

Re: Yellowstone - Last Week of September [Re: dave_lines] #9931
10/07/07 03:12 AM
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Thank you very much, David, for the reply. I see exactly what you are talking about. I have made a revision below which I think much more accurately gives the conditions. Thoughts?


Re: Yellowstone - Last Week of September [Re: James Morrissey] #9932
10/07/07 03:47 AM
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James,

I think this moose shot looks great. Funny - to me the moose looks miserable in the rain.

I also really like the reflection and steam on the shot of Moran - what a great place.


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Re: Yellowstone - Last Week of September [Re: daveman] #9933
10/07/07 05:03 PM
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James,, to me this looks more realistic, I agree with dave,, he looks miserable..But if you look close, he does have a smile on his face, LOL,, DAve

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Re: Yellowstone - Last Week of September [Re: James Morrissey] #9934
10/07/07 08:13 PM
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Quote:

I have made a revision below which I think much more accurately gives the conditions.




Yes, it's good. I like these kinds of wildlife shots so much better than the standard 'wild creature strikes heroic pose' ones we see all the time.

Maybe it's just me, but when I look at this image it makes me want to go put on my storm jacket and gloves!

Re: Yellowstone - Last Week of September [Re: James Morrissey] #9935
10/08/07 03:55 AM
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Hi James,

I like your last "Moose in the Rain" shot. It is very different than an average Moose under ideal conditions and it makes me think it is a lot more natural...and how hard the photographer must have worked to get this shot. Don't change a thing from your last posted shot. It is worth putting on the wall!

Regards,

Paul

Re: Yellowstone - Last Week of September [Re: Paul_Frye] #9936
10/08/07 04:37 PM
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my advise, for what it's worth, is to shoot ONLY sunny WB no matter what the conditions, dont try to cloudy, or set the camera to what you think it should be or auto WB. Shoot RAW, NO in camera mods, just shoot raw with no in camera adjustmens applied - this is important, if you are shooting RAW, reset the camera, or set the camera to it's default color settings so your not getting image processing during the shot. I know, some will say I'm wrong, some will say so what, I'm shooting RAW, but that's okay.

Give what I'm telling you a try, then after you shoot a few hundred landscapes or wildlife shots, and got them into your computer, come back here and tell me what you learned. . .



Trust me.

Give it a try for a week and then come back and tell me what you think. . . .

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