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  1. #401
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    Re: >> show us your editing.

    I'm counting down to the full release of On1 2018.5 -- only two more sleeps lol

    Can only hope it now works as we hoped for originally -- sort of feel it's a make or break release for On1. Pity really because it does have some really great points in its favor

    3 =40mm lens files stitched and edited in On1


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    Re: >> show us your editing.

    My son drivers this one -- the mug is following in his old man's footsteps. Photo taken during my standard lens challenge
    It was a foggy morning when he passed though a little while ago so we caught up out on the highway.

    All done in my new Affinity program -- the 1st black and white completed.

    201807 01984 9.jpg
    original Oly raw file
    201807 01984.jpg

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    Re: >> show us your editing.

    Righto, haven't posted here in a bit, so let's get cracking.

    Original photo (well original JPG from JPG + ARW mode):

    original.jpg

    A bit of a crop, play with saturation and minor tweaks and added a bit of vignette (or a lot):

    DSC00649 1.jpg

    Better, but...

    So next I tried one of the in built B&W presets in CaptureOne:

    DSC00649 2.jpg

    Definitely a bit more dramatic. Only thing bothering me when I look at it is the straggler on the left, so felt it is a good time to have a look at GIMP and see what we can do.

    Result:

    DSC00649 3 SM removed straggler.jpg

    I'm quite happy with the result, and can honestly say I had no dramas using GIMP. It took me maybe 15 minutes total do all that, and I am definitely not 100% on any of it. I am reasonably happy with the result, and will probably be taking it to the printer. As an aside, I tried Photoshop the other week and really can't see the appeal. I'm missing something, but perhaps GIMP has closed the gap so much since I last used PS it no longer has any appeal to me.

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    Re: >> show us your editing.

    Thanks for sharing; apparently there have been useful improvements made to GIMP and certainly worth a look -- general thought ; don't forget to make a donation if you keep it

    Love your tree! And the b/w. Couple of things I would consider -- crop off the top to an 8/10 --- lighten the ground/foliage; mostly to the lhs of the tree >ideally lighten the whites (and cloud) a little more than the shadows/darks -- lighten the top of the "flower" . Looks a great file to mirror somehow

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    Re: >> show us your editing.

    Bit complicated to explain fully
    Variable Nd filter/3 sec >Basics in Lr5 >main editing On1 >some fiddles in Affinity >fine tuning in lr5

    Just the one file used
    questions welcome -- no; I don't think i could do it again

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    Re: >> show us your editing.

    Masking and more

    One of the better videos IMO and does not relate to only Affinity.
    Anyone new (and not so new) to photography/editing would learn one or two tricks watching this video --- finally someone has said "refine is not working here" .

    Too many little tricks and tips for me to take in with one look so I'm off to watch again and take notes

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EMTIDkrjnZk

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    Re: >> show us your editing.

    Quote Originally Posted by IanB View Post
    Masking and more

    One of the better videos IMO and does not relate to only Affinity.
    Anyone new (and not so new) to photography/editing would learn one or two tricks watching this video --- finally someone has said "refine is not working here" .

    Too many little tricks and tips for me to take in with one look so I'm off to watch again and take notes

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EMTIDkrjnZk
    Are you sure that guy's not a hypnotist? Just about put me to sleep!

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    Re: >> show us your editing.

    true; I sort of gave up on him sometime ago however he does some interesting idea to consider.
    within reason, I would prefer someone with a not so good voice who knows what he demonstrating than the other way round -- I'm still to work out why some have to have loud (any) music in the background . The some goes for TV docs !

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    Re: >> show us your editing.

    quick little sky cheater of removing some boring blue sky to bring the clouds lower to the ground . (artist can do that so why can't we?
    Although I used Affinity Photo this can be done in most programs with layers

    Image 1] the original raw file [pana Fz300] from the back yard

    Image 2] duplicate the layer >make a wobbly selection [so it's less obvious] >soften the selection edge with "smooth" and "feathering" [under "Select"; and around 200 px of each but that will vary depending on file].

    Image 3] drag the selection [top layer] down to suit >if the two skies don't blend in well you add a layer mask to top layer >slowly brush to blend . This was the easiest I have ever done with no masking required --- that might be due to the affinity way of smoothing /feathering the selection. Blue skies can be very hard to match up!

    Image 4] all done -- looks better to me . Yeah Ok; colours a bit weird but most people on the www would never notice .

    Your additional input welcome as are your questions if not explained enough.
    If you are wonder why I took the photo -- just because the cloud is a similar shape to the tree

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    Re: >> show us your editing.

    This revival is nice, both of these are excellent. Good to see.


    Cheers,
    Les

    Ah! it's come up with a different image?

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    Re: >> show us your editing.

    I like what you're done to the tree, it's very good.


    Cheers,
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    Re: >> show us your editing.

    Gee that's good.

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    Re: >> show us your editing.

    I tried some reviving on an old Slide from 1974, when I first visited Hong Kong, and bought myself a couple of new Lenes.
    I was surprised that it had been shot crooked, ..... Back in those days, I was very fussy, shooting on film and all, and never wasted a frame.
    First time using a wide angle too .... 35mm.

    These days I shoot quite a lot with wide angle, and so am used to having add some perpective control on at least 50% of them.
    So the first thing that I did with this Slide was fix the perpective, ..... which made it wider. (on the short side)

    Using Camera Raw and Photoshop the Reds have increased a lot.
    But that's not surprising the first colours to fade with dyes, are the Reds and Yellows.

    And so here is the before and after, still a little dark tho.
    Maybe I could have added a little brightness.


    .img084.O.jpgimg084c.jpg


    Cheers,
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    Re: >> show us your editing.

    Hi Les, you did pretty well given the age of the slide. It's quite difficult to get a good digital copy of a slide without adding too much grain and contrast. I get some reasonable results with Kodak slides but I struggle to get good IQ with any E6 processed images.

    I lifted the shadows a whisker and just tried a slightly different crop.

    img084c.jpg

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    Re: >> show us your editing.

    Looks good Greg. A little bit cleaner too.
    It would have been Agfachrome 50 ASA, that's what I used in those days.

    I have another shot of this scene shot with a Hasselblad, .... 3 and a half years later,
    I don't know what film that would have been, maybe Ektachrome, but it hasn't flared as well.

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