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Old 01 May 2014, 17:10   #11
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How do they make pictures like this?



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That looks like the "dramatic tone" filter on the Olympus OMD series ( & I don't mean Orchestral manoeuvres)
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Scent from my iBone sow iguana any typos whore bed spillings
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I really want to get some cool shots of the MacRib

Whisper - am I right in thinking you're close to Swindon? I might be able to get over next weekend (11th May) if you like and see what I can do. I'm no pro, but am pretty good with Photoshop!

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One solution would be to take the pics in RAW mode using the Vivid setting on the camera and produce the best possible image using Lightroom (best option) or Capture NX software which should have come bundled with your new camera.

Photomatix Pro 4.2, Adobe Lightroom or a full blow version of Photoshop. Plus many others out on the market will HDR for you in one way or another in post production.

Photomatix is dedicated to HDR but Photoshop can do so much more and can blend layers or HDR merge in auto which I think came with CS2 and onwards. Can't remember exactly so could be wrong on that point, I use CS5 for phot production but haven't used photomatix so can't comment.

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Glad you like the pic!!!

Some more for you........I like the misty morning one best!

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That looks like the "dramatic tone" filter on the Olympus OMD series ( & I don't mean Orchestral manoeuvres)
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Scent from my iBone sow iguana any typos whore bed spillings

I've just switched from Canon to an Olympus omd emc1 (why do they come out with so many letters?) and it's a nightmare learning the new menus. You tend to overlook how much your sub-conscious retains and it's a mission remembering where everything sits on the new camera!

Can't fault the camera though and the weight saving and water resistant attributes are certainly worth having.
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This is from Northern Exposure Rescue's Facebook page, hope they don't mind

Be nice to ''Pikey'' Alex...and he MAY tell ya and a few other Wrinkles!
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I've just switched from Canon to an Olympus omd emc1 (why do they come out with so many letters?) and it's a nightmare learning the new menus. You tend to overlook how much your sub-conscious retains and it's a mission remembering where everything sits on the new camera!

Can't fault the camera though and the weight saving and water resistant attributes are certainly worth having.
I've always been an "Olympus" man, OM10, OM2n & a couple of compacts in between. I've now got an OMD EM5 (know what you mean about the letters) Cracking body, & Oly, has always made the best glass IMHO.
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