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Old 2013-12-28, 08:23   Link #701
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Old 2014-03-03, 12:02   Link #702
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Old 2014-03-03, 18:28   Link #703
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A older shots from the end of last year.

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They're a little "sharp" thanks to whatever flickr does to them when uploaded there.
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Old 2014-03-04, 04:08   Link #704
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Question...How do you all control contrast in manual mode?

Apart from metering on different spots and the like generally how does shutter speed and aperture affect contrast?

I know the best way is by lighting but I do not have a flash and DSLR built in flash sucks so I can only use whatever lighting available at the moment
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Old 2014-03-07, 20:51   Link #705
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Contrast has more to do with lighting than camera settings I've found, but if you want more control over contrast shoot in RAW format which gives more control over things like contrast during editing.

A lot of cameras will also allow you to use custom pre-sets to adjust things like saturation, contrast and sharpness in camera. I've never used them though as I just shoot in manual all the time, so I cant tell how much of an effect they have.
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Old 2014-03-07, 23:06   Link #706
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Contrast has more to do with lighting than camera settings I've found, but if you want more control over contrast shoot in RAW format which gives more control over things like contrast during editing.

A lot of cameras will also allow you to use custom pre-sets to adjust things like saturation, contrast and sharpness in camera. I've never used them though as I just shoot in manual all the time, so I cant tell how much of an effect they have.
Yeah, I'm a pure manual shooter too. Prefer the way you can control the colors/ exposure with it.

So it's really dependent more on the subject and scene than the camera? Most people use editing to get their desired contrast but well...my Photoshop was lost ever since my old comp died years ago
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Old 2014-03-25, 11:07   Link #707
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Old 2014-04-08, 09:01   Link #708
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Old 2014-04-10, 21:28   Link #709
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Sunset...taken recently at Namsan Seoul



Sky. Love powerlines against sky



Hanami. Sakura in Korea



Spring





Kind of a nice alternative from cosplay photography to do landscape once in a while when on holiday ww
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Old 2014-04-29, 11:22   Link #710
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Sigh... post-processing is a bit hard. Cannot remove all that noise even with noise reduction filter. Maybe next time I will just shot at ISO 400.
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