Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by famous, Dec 11, 2006.
rest are here:
aww, poor birdy
They all look good to me.
What bites thier feet off?
I've seen alot of seagulls like that.
Ocean predators, it's actually more common for gulls to get feet caught up in nets and other trash that eventually will cut through the leg
Post a few of "your best" rather than one image and a link. I know that in my case Id rather see your best work on display (a few images) than one and then having to scroll through a bunch to find the ones I like. Post a few more and you'll get more responses.
i took about 150 pics that day, those 15 are the best
look around the eyes & beak
it seams a lot of my pics arnt sharp...this particular one was shot with a 70-200F4L. i shoot jpg, and use aperature to PP. i dont have the manual, and am new to all this, so i dont konw how to use the edge sharpen, or sharpen within aperature. What should i have my incamera settings at?
am i generally going to have to sharpen a majority of my shots?
hard to say w/o looking at your exif info. The bird image could be camera shake and not a bad lens. The best way to tell is to use a tripod and shoot in manual mode, and shoot at various apertures to see the difference in sharpness.
I prefer shooting raw with 0 sharpness in camera. When shooting jpeg, I change it to +1
Canon 20D - 70-200 F4L
maybe it just was focused wrong?
how to you sharpen? should i use aperature or ps cs?
In photoshop, I use (when pics are resized)
Unsharp mask with the following settings:
50-500% depending on how sharp you want it.
yeah i dont know what that means...
what does intensity and radius represent? id rather get all my shit done in aperature, then have to export...
i downloaded light table, but its too much of a pain to convert it all into there...