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Challenge: Free Sunday - July 3, 2022
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Jul 2, 2022 17:24:38   #
lhammer43 Loc: San Antonio, TX
 
It’s another Free Sunday now so bring what you want to share, any leftovers you didn’t get a chance to post or any new playing around you’ve done. We would all like to see what you’ve got so bring it here.
I’ll kick it off with some archive shots I was working on to improve the shadowy shots I took on an overcast day back then. I must have been practicing what my Father-in-law preached, “always include something red in the frame.” We once had another member on here that challenged us with the color red quite often and then started her own challenge for anything “RED”.

Anyway here’s what I got. Pretty sure these were all shot in Canada near Banf.
Anyway here’s what I got.  Pretty sure these were ...
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Jul 2, 2022 19:52:27   #
Just Fred Loc: Darwin's Waiting Room
 
I've taken a renewed interest in both ON1 Photo RAW and Luminar Neo. A couple of years ago I took a train ride on the Potomac Eagle Scenic Railway and shot a number of photos. Most of them were just so-so. I thought maybe I could liven some up with one (or both) of these updated programs. Here's a before and after sample. I didn't want to just change the exposure, but to transform the image into something that pops. The after shot was done in ON1. One thing I've noticed is that the resulting image when exported doesn't look the same as it does in the program. I'm using the sRGB color space, so I'm not quite sure why this is happening.

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Jul 2, 2022 20:33:53   #
Roadrunner Loc: Quebec, Canada
 
lhammer43 wrote:
It’s another Free Sunday now so bring what you want to share, any leftovers you didn’t get a chance to post or any new playing around you’ve done. We would all like to see what you’ve got so bring it here.
I’ll kick it off with some archive shots I was working on to improve the shadowy shots I took on an overcast day back then. I must have been practicing what my Father-in-law preached, “always include something red in the frame.” We once had another member on here that challenged us with the color red quite often and then started her own challenge for anything “RED”.
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Very nice, Larry and thanks again...

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Jul 2, 2022 22:42:10   #
PAToGraphy Loc: Portland ME area
 
lhammer43 wrote:
It’s another Free Sunday now so bring what you want to share, any leftovers you didn’t get a chance to post or any new playing around you’ve done. We would all like to see what you’ve got so bring it here.
I’ll kick it off with some archive shots I was working on to improve the shadowy shots I took on an overcast day back then. I must have been practicing what my Father-in-law preached, “always include something red in the frame.” We once had another member on here that challenged us with the color red quite often and then started her own challenge for anything “RED”.
It’s another Free Sunday now so bring what you wan... (show quote)


Thanks, Larry for another kick off. Here's one from our local mill town area.



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Jul 2, 2022 22:43:01   #
PAToGraphy Loc: Portland ME area
 
Just Fred wrote:
I've taken a renewed interest in both ON1 Photo RAW and Luminar Neo. A couple of years ago I took a train ride on the Potomac Eagle Scenic Railway and shot a number of photos. Most of them were just so-so. I thought maybe I could liven some up with one (or both) of these updated programs. Here's a before and after sample. I didn't want to just change the exposure, but to transform the image into something that pops. The after shot was done in ON1. One thing I've noticed is that the resulting image when exported doesn't look the same as it does in the program. I'm using the sRGB color space, so I'm not quite sure why this is happening.
I've taken a renewed interest in both ON1 Photo RA... (show quote)


I also use On1 RAW as one of my editors.

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Jul 2, 2022 22:59:15   #
lhammer43 Loc: San Antonio, TX
 
Just Fred wrote:
I've taken a renewed interest in both ON1 Photo RAW and Luminar Neo. A couple of years ago I took a train ride on the Potomac Eagle Scenic Railway and shot a number of photos. Most of them were just so-so. I thought maybe I could liven some up with one (or both) of these updated programs. Here's a before and after sample. I didn't want to just change the exposure, but to transform the image into something that pops. The after shot was done in ON1. One thing I've noticed is that the resulting image when exported doesn't look the same as it does in the program. I'm using the sRGB color space, so I'm not quite sure why this is happening.
I've taken a renewed interest in both ON1 Photo RA... (show quote)


Very nice, Just Fred👌👍👍❗️

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Jul 2, 2022 23:02:59   #
lhammer43 Loc: San Antonio, TX
 
PAToGraphy wrote:
Thanks, Larry for another kick off. Here's one from our local mill town area.


I remember driving through towns in MA when in the AF with mills like that. Good history Pat.👍👍

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Jul 3, 2022 07:40:05   #
Roadrunner Loc: Quebec, Canada
 
PAToGraphy wrote:
Thanks, Larry for another kick off. Here's one from our local mill town area.


Is that Skowhegan, pat?

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Jul 3, 2022 08:33:31   #
photophile Loc: Lakewood, Ohio, USA
 
PAToGraphy wrote:
Thanks, Larry for another kick off. Here's one from our local mill town area.



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Jul 3, 2022 08:34:46   #
photophile Loc: Lakewood, Ohio, USA
 
Just Fred wrote:
I've taken a renewed interest in both ON1 Photo RAW and Luminar Neo. A couple of years ago I took a train ride on the Potomac Eagle Scenic Railway and shot a number of photos. Most of them were just so-so. I thought maybe I could liven some up with one (or both) of these updated programs. Here's a before and after sample. I didn't want to just change the exposure, but to transform the image into something that pops. The after shot was done in ON1. One thing I've noticed is that the resulting image when exported doesn't look the same as it does in the program. I'm using the sRGB color space, so I'm not quite sure why this is happening.
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I like the peachy cloud.

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Jul 3, 2022 08:35:14   #
cmc4214 Loc: S.W. Pennsylvania
 
A few from last month, I was pretty busy doing hay, and didn't get to post or comment much, only one field left and then I should have a bit more time.

Just before cutting hay
Just before cutting hay...
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Jul 3, 2022 09:35:57   #
lhammer43 Loc: San Antonio, TX
 
cmc4214 wrote:
A few from last month, I was pretty busy doing hay, and didn't get to post or comment much, only one field left and then I should have a bit more time.


How many cuttings do you get off each field and what kind is it? We used to get three cuttings each growing season down in Coon Holler of either sweet clover or alfalfa. Loved the smell of fresh cut alfalfa! Your dandelion is Dandy btw❗️👍👍

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Jul 3, 2022 16:30:24   #
Roadrunner Loc: Quebec, Canada
 
This is what I call ''Living life in second gear''...just cruising outback and having the pleasure of seeing what
Nature has to offer and also shows culture and history.


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Now this one is a shed built for kids while awaiting the school bus
Now this one is a shed built for kids while awaiti...
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This as an old country school, standard as they are small and always with two vertical wndows. I know many people who attended these schools
This as an old country school, standard as they ar...
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This is an old country sawmill
This is an old country sawmill...
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Jul 3, 2022 16:43:19   #
daninr8 Loc: Above Denver, CO
 
These shots are from my first time trying to get fireworks. I know that there is some blurring because I didn't use a remote, but I don't have the money for one right now. What other things can I work on? I have a Sony A77 with Sigma 18-250mm walk around lens. Please keep this in mind.


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Jul 3, 2022 17:05:18   #
creativ simon Loc: Coulsdon, South London
 
Just Fred wrote:
I've taken a renewed interest in both ON1 Photo RAW and Luminar Neo. A couple of years ago I took a train ride on the Potomac Eagle Scenic Railway and shot a number of photos. Most of them were just so-so. I thought maybe I could liven some up with one (or both) of these updated programs. Here's a before and after sample. I didn't want to just change the exposure, but to transform the image into something that pops. The after shot was done in ON1. One thing I've noticed is that the resulting image when exported doesn't look the same as it does in the program. I'm using the sRGB color space, so I'm not quite sure why this is happening.
I've taken a renewed interest in both ON1 Photo RA... (show quote)


Like what you achieved Just Fred

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