Filterless

and tripodless

I do get a lot of questions from people regarding the processing and filters on many images (not only mine), I do understand why since when I standing in the same spot as them and they fire off a few on their smartphone and then the comment comes as why their images are so different, ie you must Photoshop them 😉 or have filters

So here's a recent image , no filters, yes it is processed (albeit minimally and not in photoshop lol), however every image out of a camera has some form of processing – I only found out the other day my smartphone had beauty face turned on.. i was wondering why i had the glamour glow look whenever I took a smartphone selfie 😉

So, its a 3 shot panorama, handheld, no filters (ie they funny things out front) and processed in Capture NX2
View large and check out that detail in the rock.

Exif love:
D750 coupled with 16-35mm f4 @ 16mm Aperture: f/9 and Shutter Speed: 1/50s
-0.3EV
ISO 200
out front – nada but rocks and bigass cliff

http://blog.avernus.com.au/filterless/

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57 thoughts on “Filterless

  1. +Chris Sutton
    yeah it is great software, but recommend to most to try and move away from it and use one package, especially since the nikon software has all kind of non backward compatibilities now and it frankly very clunky. What i really like about it is the raw conversion and the stepped processing, ie each edit is a step, like a timeline, where as LR is more like a configuration of edits ie not dependent on the order of application…

  2. +Chris Sutton
    I am by no means a expert on LR and also the whole non-stepped process has taken me awhile to get used to, however i think of the edit process more like whole bunch of adjustments to get to the end result, rather than like in Photoshop where you have a bunch of steps and layers…

  3. +Gerard Blacklock The good thing is that I'm new to the whole photo editing process so whatever I do I'm having to learn it. Been doing a composition mentorship here on G+ that's been lots of fun, not new concepts but it's great to dig into various techniques and discuss them around the group, and I'll keep an eye out for a processing course.

  4. Thanks +Chris Sutton , i love to talk about photography stuff 🙂 I do try and get to all the comments since I think its only polite since people have gone to the effort and time to look at my image and also comment, thus, it is I who is grateful 🙂

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