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The Chinese Photographic Society of Australia

HDR Presentation Tonight!

Tonight I am guest speaker for the Chinese Photographic Society of Australia (CPSA). I am doing a presentation on my HDR workflow and I am going to show them how I achieve the clean and realistic HDR results. I am also going to give them a sneak peak at a lightroom process with a single RAW file to get a HDR type of look, another reason shooting RAW is so important. If you’re a member then I look forward to meeting you tonight, if you’re not a member… then maybe you should join! Anyway… I am really looking forward to speaking for them tonight.

If you’re in a camera club and would like me to come along as a guest speaker please let me know.

Chinese Photographic Society of Australia

Today’s iCandy – the Eye of the Opera

Vivid Sydney is one of the most photographed events right now in Sydney. I bet there are cameras being dusted off that have not seen the outside world for some time now getting a little use! I personally have made a real effort to get into the city a few times to photograph it from different angles and subjects, and will probably head in again before the week is out for a final shoot. This one is zoomed in for something different.

Vivid Sydney 2013 Opera House

The Technical Mumbo Jumbo

[tabbed tabs=”Camera|Mode|ISO|Aperture|Shutter|Lens|Filter|Other info”] [tab] I used my trusty D800 for this one [/tab] [tab] I used Aperture Priority (aka AV) [/tab] [tab] ISO2500 – I always shoot as low as possible but sometimes I have to increase the ISO to achieve a faster shutter speed [/tab] [tab] f2.8 – my MAXIMUM Aperture [/tab] [tab] 1/20th of a second [/tab] [tab] Nikon 70-200mm lens [/tab] [tab] No Filter [/tab] [tab] Processed in Lightroom 4, just tweaked clarity, vibrance, contrast and sharpening, then I used Photoshop CS6 to slightly blur the water to give it a sense of movement [/tab] [/tabbed]

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