Discovered the "Defringing" button on Adobe Photoshop Lightroom that fixes a problem with some of my photos that had been bugging me. One button and they are fixed, so I went back to all my faves and repaired them. I love technology!
OK here is the picture that I had and the halo/glow around the point of the rock REALLY bugged me. After some research I discovered it's lens aberration and defringe is the solution. Still learning what the controls do but love the results already. (I didn't adjust for the right side gold halo, have to go back and do that)
Before (same as above ^^)
And you can have custom setting for each lens remembered.
Hey everyone! Allow me to get this off my chest first...GO KINGS! Okay.
We'll be having a small firework "show" at our house this year with the kiddos. I've taken pictures of larger fireworks in the past and the results were pretty good (see photo). However, I've never taken photos of safe/sane fireworks. Since they will be much closer and shoot tons of sparks, does anyone here have any suggestions on distance, aperture, focal length, ISO settings, etc? I'm considering myself a total NOOB when it comes to this. I'd love any suggestions I can get.
EF-S 18-55mm f3.5-5.6
EF 50mm f1.4
EF 55-250mm f4.0-5.6 Telephoto
Shutter release remote
Thank you in advance!
Photo or larger fireworks:
One that's cool to do is get the firework doing it's thing and then use a flash to fill in the details
Belmont Pier this morning trying out the new 16-35 2.8 II Loving the wide perspective :)