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  • Phill D
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    Westonbirt through the leaves.

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  • Gate Keeper
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    Originally posted by Ian View Post
    What software do you use? I'm sure I can help you fix the yellow cast

    Ian
    Thanks Ian, thank you very much. It is called Luminar 2018 and the bottom photo is the original, not edited.

    Westonbirt white balance by philip Gate Keeper, on Flickr

    Westonbirt original by philip Gate Keeper, on Flickr

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  • Ian
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    Originally posted by Gate Keeper View Post
    Thank you Ian, you are right about the first one which started off very bright. I reduced the exposure, pushed up the temp and adjusted contrast, but on this device the sky is blue. I have probably over tweaked the yellow sky I have more photos to go though.

    It was a pleasure to meet you in the group and one to one. No talk about anything else other than photography. Thank you for your settings, bracketing which I tried out
    What software do you use? I'm sure I can help you fix the yellow cast

    Ian

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  • Gate Keeper
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    Originally posted by Ian View Post
    That second one is superb! The first one's yellow sky needs sorting though.

    It was great to meet you last Friday too

    Ian
    Thank you Ian, you are right about the first one which started off very bright. I reduced the exposure, pushed up the temp and adjusted contrast, but on this device the sky is blue. I have probably over tweaked the yellow sky I have more photos to go though.

    It was a pleasure to meet you in the group and one to one. No talk about anything else other than photography. Thank you for your settings, bracketing which I tried out

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  • Ian
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    Originally posted by Gate Keeper View Post
    The sun did shine and sometimes it did not

    Westonbirt 2018 by philip Gate Keeper, on Flickr

    Red at Westonbirt by philip Gate Keeper, on Flickr
    That second one is superb! The first one's yellow sky needs sorting though.

    It was great to meet you last Friday too

    Ian

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  • Phill D
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    You are right Mark a week and I've still got images to look through!
    Bought a new car in the meantime too so loads of new stuff to learn.

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  • Gate Keeper
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    Thank you Mark, it was a great meet which had a good feel about it and I learned a lot about the using the different camera settings. I was happy with everything.

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  • Gate Keeper
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    The sun did shine and sometimes it did not

    Westonbirt 2018 by philip Gate Keeper, on Flickr

    Red at Westonbirt by philip Gate Keeper, on Flickr

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  • chris
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    Looks like a grand day out was had by all. I particularly like some of the close up leaf studies... something I always fail to spot myself!

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  • Gate Keeper
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    Originally posted by Naughty Nigel View Post
    I was disappointed not to be able to take part in any of the group meets but time and distance and all that...

    However, we did go out for an explore around Swaledale on Monday and found a few places of interest. I particularly like these 'Cow Houses' which are a feature of the area and were used from about the 17th century to house cattle during the harsh winters in this part of the country.

    I have since realised that a well known north-east photographer took a very similar photograph a few years ago, but I still prefer mine. I also took some photographs on my RZ67 using Kodak Ektar 100 so I am keen to see how they come out.

    OM-D E-M1 1/320 at f5.6 ISO 200
    An impressive photo, beautifully captured, so clear and peaceful looking.

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  • Naughty Nigel
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    I was disappointed not to be able to take part in any of the group meets but time and distance and all that...

    However, we did go out for an explore around Swaledale on Monday and found a few places of interest. I particularly like these 'Cow Houses' which are a feature of the area and were used from about the 17th century to house cattle during the harsh winters in this part of the country.

    I have since realised that a well known north-east photographer took a very similar photograph a few years ago, but I still prefer mine. I also took some photographs on my RZ67 using Kodak Ektar 100 so I am keen to see how they come out.





    OM-D E-M1 1/320 at f5.6 ISO 200

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  • RobEW
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    Some wonderful photos. Wish I could have been there.

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  • Phill D
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    Thanks guys I took loads of shots as I bet did everyone else. Will process a few people ones next. They might take a bit more effort though

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  • Zuiko
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    Nice work Phill, I really like the first and last.

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