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October 11, 2012
Canon 100mm Macro f/2.8L
Focal Length 100mm
Shutter Speed 1/60 second
Taken at an indoor autoshow with some of the worst lighting conditions that I have ever seen. There was a mixture of lights with most being harsh and causing spots to appear in the image.
However in this photo I believe the imperfections are what make it interesting. This was shot max ISO of my camera with the lens wide open at f/2.8.
December 2, 2012
Not bad for a Canon Rebel @ 1600 ISO under harsh lighting conditions!
Did you do anything in post processing (lightroom) to try and darken the top 1/3rd a
little bit. I was thinking of using the graduated filter or highlight priority tool to
add a little dark vignetting to the image. Still , nice rich colors under poor conditions.
October 11, 2012
Thanks for the comments. I didn´t do too much post processing with this image. My first thought was to get rid of the flare but after I played around a bit with photoshop I started to like it as it gives it a bit of character and it is offset a bit with the shallow depth of field.
Looking forward to sometime this year updating my camera and being able to take advantage of higher ISO.
September 4, 2012
September 15, 2012
Quoting Dale: “Did you do anything in post processing (lightroom) to try and darken the top 1/3rd a little bit.”
It’s easily done by darkening highlights slider in ps or pse from 0 to 60%.
As Glenn, I kind of like it as is.
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