Walking the Seawall

Walking the Seawall

I've complained about how hard it is to use a polarizer with my digital camera because I can't see the display in bright sunlight (just when you'd want a polarizer) and this shot is a good example of why. The polarized effect is so strong that the trees are damn near black. That's not me messing around in Photoshop, that's about how it came out of the camera. Actually, I lightened the trees up a bit so that they weren't completely dark and you could at least see a bit of detail.

I have to say I love the colour of the water but that, without the polarizer, it doesn't really look that way.

Colour-correction, sharpening in Photoshop.

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Camera: E990
Lens Type:
Focal Length: 8.2 mm
35mm Focal Length: ? mm
Exposure: 1/170 sec
Aperture: f 7
ISO: 100


Taken: 2006-08-07 00:27:07
Posted: 2006-08-07 | 15:51





Walking the Seawall

Walking the Seawall

I've complained about how hard it is to use a polarizer with my digital camera because I can't see the display in bright sunlight (just when you'd want a polarizer) and this shot is a good example of why. The polarized effect is so strong that the trees are damn near black. That's not me messing around in Photoshop, that's about how it came out of the camera. Actually, I lightened the trees up a bit so that they weren't completely dark and you could at least see a bit of detail.

I have to say I love the colour of the water but that, without the polarizer, it doesn't really look that way.

Colour-correction, sharpening in Photoshop.

no geodata found

EXIF

Camera: E990
Lens Type:
Focal Length: 8.2 mm
35mm Focal Length: ? mm
Exposure: 1/170 sec
Aperture: f 7
ISO: 100


Taken: 2006-08-07 00:27:07
Posted: 2006-08-07 | 15:51


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