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Old 09-07-2011, 06:27 AM   #161
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Not trying to be pushy but Nikon`s ViewNX2 is free...

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Old 09-07-2011, 08:05 AM   #163
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You can edit jpegs in Camera Raw if you have that as a plug-in for Photoshop - it gives you some better options than Photoshop for recovering detail, adjusting white balance etc. I'm not sure if you can do so in UFRaw - the plug-in for GIMP which can also be used as a stand alone RAW editor.
Didn't know about UFRaw .. worth giving it a try .. my camera is also jpg only .. and I use gimp ..
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Old 09-07-2011, 08:06 AM   #164
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Old 09-07-2011, 08:17 AM   #165
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In UFRaw it seems that there is an option to open RAW JPG's .. but when I tried to open one of my jpg files I got a "cannot decode" error .. so quite probable that it has to be a jpg file saved from raw format
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Old 09-07-2011, 04:22 PM   #166
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ah - wasn't sure whether UFRaw did open them - no longer have GIMP on here to try things - should put it back on so I can play in it and possibly help answer OP's questions
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Old 09-30-2011, 07:40 PM   #167
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some pics from my spring garden:

pansy



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I was thinking, spring whaaaaa?

Yer down under mate!!!

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ha ha - yup, 'tis springtime in the Land of Oz
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Lovely pics Zulu, the colours are really vibrant
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Great pics there Zulu! I love vibrant colours!

Ya know that flower pic I posted a while back? Well, I been editing it What do you guys think?

From this:


To this:


And I also did another one, This:


To this:



I am not sure whether to crop them, what do you guys think?
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Re: #1 - The extra colour saturation has made a world of difference, all it needs now is an extra touch of either 'Brightness' or, of your software has it, 'Gamma' increase, just to 'lift' the whole image.

Re: #2 - That's a drastic improvement, you could try just cropping the out-of-focus branch that's down the left-hand edge, and an equivalent amount off the top, a few pixels above where the leaf-stem leaves the branch and hangs down (to keep the same ratio).

Otherwise, an excellent improvement, nicely done
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Thanks Werebo!
I will try cropping it both ways and see which one looks best.
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Bourganvillea .. plenty of it around here and in lots of different colours
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nice pic DF - love Bouganvilleas - except the thorny bits
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They have thorns ??? most of what I see are on the other side of a fence and I have never had a chance to try to scramble through any ...
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What I like is the way that they enhance views when they run the length of buildings ...

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Wow! That is huge!
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Definitely a superb specimen DF, I bet there's some wildlife living in that :
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it's also a tourist hotel, so probably many varieties .. but after being told of thorns I don't think I'll be looking into it !!!

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