Photo Critique and Edit Thread

PeterA

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gfroman

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If only my eyes could see what my camera sees.............



 

gfroman

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Extremely dark in these caverns.
So if I exposed to what my eyes saw, the photo would be very dark - Who wants to see that??
 
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I see

The camera uses a light flash. You'd need to bring your own adequate lightning in that cavern...that would probably require a LOTS of lights...and powerful lights too, and a light generator. Much easier to use the proper camera, then our eyes can see the results afterwards...magic.

I'm having a flash ...
 
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gfroman

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Sunset in the Guadelupe Mountains.....



 
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Another angle of Mesa Arch - Utah.

 

gfroman

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Sunrise at Angkor Wat - Cambodia.


 

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Gate entrance to Angkor Thom with guarding statues - Cambodia.

 
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gfroman

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Looks like something from The Exorcist!
Old ruins in Angkor Wat - Cambodia.



 
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do you shoot with existing light only or do you use filters over the lens to achieve your results
 

gfroman

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Camera is set to manual exposure, manual focus.
Only filter I use is a polarizer.
Existing light, never use a flash.
Thanks!
 

gfroman

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Thanks for the compliments!
I just use the meter in my Nikon D850 (sometimes set to Spot Meter).
 

gfroman

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Typically always have my tripod with me, although many shots are just handheld.
Most of my photography is landscape, so I will use a tripod for those setup shots where I have time to compose/wait for good light/etc.
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