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Forum: General Photography Technique 12-06-13, 17:27
Replies: 13
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Posted By nldunne
Following are ideas I have tried in recent times...

Following are ideas I have tried in recent times I hope someone may find helpful.

My cam I set to PROGRAM MODE and my ISO at 800 MANUAL with the E V at
MINUS O.7 for most of my studies.

My...
Forum: General Photography Technique 05-06-13, 13:22
Replies: 13
Views: 12,727
Posted By nldunne
To make my "E" In my art program - I open a...

To make my "E"
In my art program - I open a blank work area
Then I open Insert Text box
Then I resize the E to font size about 64 and then outline it so the Color or Grey will go on it.
Then I...
Forum: General Photography Technique 31-05-13, 10:52
Replies: 13
Views: 12,727
Posted By nldunne
My thanks for the kind words, Mo. They are what...

My thanks for the kind words, Mo. They are what keep me at the level I am at right now. Without them I would not be there, I am sure.
Forum: General Photography Technique 22-05-13, 17:22
Replies: 13
Views: 12,727
Posted By nldunne
For those interested I made a Negative Work...

For those interested

I made a Negative Work Copy Image of the scene.
Then I opened my 10 VALUE Gray Card and 127 "E".
First I used the G S V F Card and worked up my VALUE 5 and VALUE 6 POINTS...
Forum: General Photography Technique 20-05-13, 13:51
Replies: 13
Views: 12,727
Posted By nldunne
I made a Capital "E" and gave it a color level of...

I made a Capital "E" and gave it a color level of 127 mid grey (half way between 000 and 255 in the color scale in red, blue and green). Then I went all over my Negative Work Copy Image to find a...
Forum: General Photography Technique 20-05-13, 03:22
Replies: 13
Views: 12,727
Posted By nldunne
Before I did anything - even using the cam - I...

Before I did anything - even using the cam - I ask - what light level do I have in front of me? In this case - Shuttered Window Light.
After I did the image - I found Tonal Values to work on - in my...
Forum: General Photography Technique 19-05-13, 16:46
Replies: 13
Views: 12,727
Posted By nldunne
This study can also be done by doing a SAVE AS in...

This study can also be done by doing a SAVE AS in FILE MENU of any image on the websites. Then you can do a DUPLICATE WHOLE IMAGE, or SAVE AS to make about 4 Work Copies in BLACK and WHITE or COLOR...
Forum: General Photography Technique 19-05-13, 12:36
Replies: 13
Views: 12,727
Posted By nldunne
I answered your note in an email but I do offer...

I answered your note in an email but I do offer my thanks for the kind words, Mo. They are mulch appreciated and I do and will keep working with this method. This is one of the best ideas I have...
Forum: General Photography Technique 14-05-13, 00:34
Replies: 13
Views: 12,727
Posted By nldunne
I just tested the Highlighats on Value 7 bright...

I just tested the Highlighats on Value 7 bright and 4 darkish in Negative illustration above. Value 7 worked the bright of the Negative image which is Value 4 in the Normal brightness Image. Vaule 4...
Forum: General Photography Technique 12-05-13, 20:59
Replies: 13
Views: 12,727
Posted By nldunne
Here is a color variation of the negative and...

Here is a color variation of the negative and normal image.
First I made 4 or 5 work copies of the original cropped version.
Next I did a small amount of tweaking on this cropped version.

Then I...
Forum: General Photography Technique 12-05-13, 14:00
Replies: 13
Views: 12,727
Posted By nldunne
Shadow, Highlight Check

I tried making a negative image from my b/w work copy to check how my exposure turned out. This is especially good for shadow detail as it is the brightest part of the negaative. I did not do any...
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