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    This time the fun in high contrast.







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    I really like these pictures! My favorite is the waffle. (That's a waffle right?)
    Great shots!!

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    Cześć, I really like these shots, especially the last one. Makes me want to try to take one similar to it myself.

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    Yes, last is my wife.
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    Outstanding series of high key captures.
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    Your shots are making me hungry!

    Great caps!
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    Quote Originally Posted by kgb224 View Post
    Outstanding series of high key captures.
    God Bless
    Christo
    You have right, completely forgot how it's called - I am ashamed

    Here more HK/LW in my opinion from my stream.
    I invite you to watch and comment. Criticism is welcome - I'll know what else should be improved.

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    Awesome photos. Can you explain how I can achieve this 'high key' effect?

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    Gorgeous photos, yes I'd like to know how you did this too, also what type of lense did you use?!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Demilith View Post
    Awesome photos. Can you explain how I can achieve this 'high key' effect?
    I'm using lightroom 2.* RAW files are then "triggered" in it.
    In black and white pictures I use contrast and clarity.
    Of course, picture needs to be done correctly as possible to minimize the use of the program.
    At camera, if I do not use RAW files, I set the appropriate white balance, spot light, contrast, super macro mode.
    For better effects, I also set the maximum sharpening. And of course above all, I use the manual mode.

    Quote Originally Posted by Miss.Abel View Post
    Gorgeous photos, yes I'd like to know how you did this too, also what type of lense did you use?!
    I'm using two cameras. One is compact, the second hybrid.
    Both Samsung. Most of my images is made using Samsung PRO815.
    It is not interchangeable optics, but it is quite rich features.
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