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um, im gonna wager a guess and say

first set: desaturate

second set: over saturate.

 

combine that with over/under exposures, and voila.

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um, im gonna wager a guess and say

first set: desaturate

second set: over saturate.

 

combine that with over/under exposures, and voila.

 

yep. those two quoted are the exact color out of camera with about 30% desaturation. the one on bottom is one of the only ones i have ever boosted the saturation on. combined with over/under/spot on exposures, and voila.

 

depends on the situation and what your trying to show. i only mess with the saturation on about half my pictures. and usually thats the only post processing i do besides a little in curves or levels.

 

the time/place you take photos can have a huuuge impact on the colors as well.

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hmm...technical. ok.

 

image>adjust>hue/saturation

slide the lever to the right to over saturate, left to undersaturate.

 

you can also just change the saturation of specific colors.

 

you'll also want to mess with contrast and curves, both of which are found in the image>adjustments> section.

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pretty rad. after i got it, i kinda felt like maybe i made a mistake. that i for some reason should have gotten the d40x. ive since totally changed my mind. the camera is rad. no complaints what so ever.

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you got a new camera and you havent posted any pictures?:scream:

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yeah, yeah, yeah.

ive taken a ton too, ive just been insanely lazy about cropping/editing them. the fact that i have close to 1000 to go through doesnt help matters at all either. ill get some up soon. swear.

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yeah i hate when i get behind on that shit..

 

i hate coming home from benching and knowing that i have like 100+ pictures to edit..

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decaying, i really dig the portraits.

what do you do to them for post production?

 

see above.

 

havent taken many pictures this week so far. heres a couple though.

 

some semi-abstracts.

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the girlfriend.

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Thats true flickr is 1000x better than photobucket its worth the money and it allows you to have unlimited pictures and have them all in different sizes and i dont think they have a problem with the amount of bandwidth you use.

 

i suggest get it!!!!

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10.jpg

 

 

 

haha, if one of these guys saw el mamms wearing his bear cap they would just mount him

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haha, if one of these guys saw el mamms wearing his bear cap they would just mount him

 

Ummm.. not really.

One of them has met El Mamerro in person even.

No offense to Mamerro, but he's not their type.

 

 

Again, just because someone owns an Angry Alan hat doesn't mean they're a bear or like bears. They're just my friends and they're all over the world.

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Here are some trees.

One is in the emperors garden in Tokyo (their central park) I tried to paint it with rusto stencils but the picture is much better.

The other three are in Colorado

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SoftLines.jpg

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aspentwo.jpg

aspen2s.jpg

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hmm...technical. ok.

 

image>adjust>hue/saturation

slide the lever to the right to over saturate, left to undersaturate.

 

you can also just change the saturation of specific colors.

 

you'll also want to mess with contrast and curves, both of which are found in the image>adjustments> section.

 

shimsaturatecopy.jpg

 

Just played with it on a few photos. Not trying to steal decaying's technique, just interested in how it works. The only problem i find is that whenever i saturate it the photo as a whole becomes intensely more yellow, rather than, in decayings shots, some parts are more saturated and others remain darker or lighter. I guess it's just a case of fiddling with it till you get the right mix..

 

 

edit: one more i found from a few weeks ago, instead of making a new post.

dublincastlesaturate.jpg

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