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Great kordinator 2011-07-06 2:05

Hello Donato
I was always impressed with a lot of detail photos of all pieces which are great complex and fantastic image quality.
I simply do not know how to do that if I was a bad lens, or I do not have the knowledge and ehnike generally can not achieve this result.
Excellent composition with many beautiful colors and contrast.
The light is perfect.
Respect my dear friend
Saöa

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Old 07-06-2011, 11:37 AM
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Dear Saöa,

The technical quality of a photo depends on many factors. I just name here a few, but to know them all you must real a good manual.

First of all - of course - the quality of the lens and the quality of the sensor. That is the base. Then it come the use you do of your camera. A good exposure is essential for producing a quality photo, so you must really learn how to expose from subject to subject or from one case to another in the best way. Then comes focus and movement. You must pay attention that the photo doesn't have motion blur, and that means using very fast shutter speeds when needed or using the tripod.
Last come Post Processing. Even if you have a very good camera, if you don't know how to do a good PP your photos cannot reach a high standard.
I've seen so many examples here in TE, with people who have professional and costly cameras but produces mediocre photos.

You must learn to use Photoshop - I think I have told you that before long ago but you had difficulties with the language.

The best is to start from the raw file and not with JPG. It takes more time and skill but that is why my photos have a good quality.

There are a lot of tutorial videos in the net but they are in English.

I hope I have expressed myself clearly.

Ciao,
Donato
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Old 07-07-2011, 09:16 AM
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Dear Donato I understood your letter without the Google translator.
I have not worked in the RAW format because I do not have software that handles this format photography.
Thank you for your valuable advice, I will try to make that image as per your instructions.
Best regards
Saša
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Hi Sasha. I don't know if you use photoshop. If you do, you can find on the net a plugin that handles nikon d90 nef for photoshop. I think it's "Camera Raw 6.3".
Hope this will help you.
Have a nice day.

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Old 08-02-2011, 09:55 PM
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Hello Paulo
My computer was once good but now poor and old for some programs ...
Photoshop 5 can not work.
I'll have to change that first and very poor display.
When I see your photos on a better screen, I see that a lot darker to me.
You'll first need to change that to be able to put in better programs for RAW.
I use two ACDSee PRO3 and FSViewer but they do not have a lot of features.
Thank you anyway.
Best regards
Saša
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