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    A few snaps from this morning

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    Re: A few snaps from this morning

    Jeff,

    It's No 3 for me. Have you tried a slightly tighter crop removing some of the right and bottom?

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    Re: A few snaps from this morning

    Beautiful depth of colour in all of them Jeff. It's no.2 for me; it's a stunner. I've been looking at PhotoNinja as a result of some reviews that I have read this week on their new RAW converter and its Fuji X RAW processing. Does it have a layers capability? I'd be grateful for some feedback.

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    Re: A few snaps from this morning

    Quote Originally Posted by Stagecoach View Post
    Jeff,

    It's No 3 for me. Have you tried a slightly tighter crop removing some of the right and bottom?

    Grahame
    No, but I might !

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    Re: A few snaps from this morning

    Quote Originally Posted by John 2 View Post
    Beautiful depth of colour in all of them Jeff. It's no.2 for me; it's a stunner. I've been looking at PhotoNinja as a result of some reviews that I have read this week on their new RAW converter and its Fuji X RAW processing. Does it have a layers capability? I'd be grateful for some feedback.
    There are no layers, its a RAW converter with a basic browser. There is no image import capability. For Photoshop CS5 Its possible to replace Camera RAW with PN so that the default converter for PS is PN. Its also possible to configure lightroom to launch PN such that PN will process the RAW file and and return a TIFF. This makes it easy to use from a LR centric workflow.
    The design of the converter is such that it possible to get a pleasing conversion with a few clicks - more control is available of course. For some images it seems to do a better job than Lightroom, for others not. Jury is still out as far as I'm concerned. For Xtrans you are probably looking for an alternative to Adobe - I'd be interested to hear your conclusions.

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    Re: A few snaps from this morning

    It's so nice and rewarding to get up early in the morning to get some wonderful photos in first light...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MilT0s View Post
    It's so nice and rewarding to get up early in the morning to get some wonderful photos in first light...
    My sentiments exactly - thanks for posting them!

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    Re: A few snaps from this morning

    These are beautiful. I love the colors in all of them but especially #3. Those pink flowers really jump off the page and the light is stunning.

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    Re: A few snaps from this morning

    I like the first image, the best; others are good too
    Last edited by Wavelength; 7th October 2013 at 05:38 PM.

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    #1 for me... Adore the compostion and everything about it is absolutely gorgeous...

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