Cuba #4

This topic contains 11 replies, has 7 voices, and was last updated by  Lenny Wollitz 3 weeks, 6 days ago.

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  • #390881

    Maureen Photograph
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    “Playground.”

    70mm, 1/3200, F4, ISO 100.

    This street scene is more succinct, honing in on the action.

    The more wires the better, I say!

     

  • #390924

    Rob Eyers
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    Of the ones you've posted I think I like this the best because of the environment, leading lines and low angle.

    I do think that the colour is off. The sky is very cyan and unnatural. Did you apply some kind of filter or preset that shifted it?

  • #390939

    Maureen Photograph
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    Thanks Rob.  Yes the sky is too cyan.  I'll go back and see what I can do.

  • #390964

    Maureen Photograph
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    here's the revision …

  • #390968

    Rob Eyers
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    🙂 Much better from where I sit Maureen.

  • #390993

    Tom M
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    Very nice. Love the colors of all those old buildings, and very interesting of the kids in the background…

     

  • #390998

    Erik Fransman
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    Hi Maureen, nice street capture. ST. I wish the focus was on the boys and not on the blue-yellow building on the right. Maybe f/8 would have been a better choice. (or just focus on the boys)

  • #391004

    Maureen Photograph
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    Yep, good points.

  • #391024

    billyspad
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    What Eric said Maureen. For general street in good light just set the camera to f8 iso at 100 – 200 aperture priority and your set to go. Those settings will cope with 90% of what you point the lens at.

  • #391121

    Maureen Photograph
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    Thanks – but I think I need to go higher on the ISO to get a faster shutter speed – unless the light is really bright – or else learn to hold the camera steadier when I'm shooting on the run!

  • #391175

    Kent DuFault
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    This is very nice!

  • #391220

    Lenny Wollitz
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    Maurine, I agree with Rob, this is my favorite of the bunch.  The sky looks good after your correction.  IMO the sky in your others is just a tad too blue and the clouds just a tad too white.

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