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mark green

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About mark green

  • Birthday 10/31/1962

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  • Main editing computer
    Mac desktop
  • Editing software
    Photoshop
  • Monitor Calibrator
    X-Rite
  • Cameras, lenses and other photographic equipment
    Canon 5D mk4, 16-35 F4 IS USM, 50 F1.8 STM (It’s been my birthday)
    Sony NEX 6. SEL24F18Z, SEL1670Z, SEL55210

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  1. mark green

    Ewen Bell photographic style

    OK will come back with that. I should have read the ‘read before posting’ more recently than I did - duh 🙄
  2. Hi Damien, I wonder if you could give me some insight in to the style or atmosphere that Ewen Bell brings to many of his images. I know he shoots in to the light a lot, and often at sunrise/sunset so the light is central to many of his shots but there is also a definite 'feel' to his images as well. Examples of the sort of images I'm referring to are https://ewenbell.com/workshops/FlindersRanges2017.pdf https://ewenbell.com/editorial/Flinders+Ranges https://ewenbell.com/itinerary-outback.php
  3. mark green

    Roo

    Focus check please (he says hacked off with himself for missing focus) f8, 1/250 ISO 2000 55-210 at 135mm (equal to 202 mm full format)
  4. mark green

    Fall Sun Flare

    Thanks I have a shot of some white gum trees that already have some rays in but I wanted to pull them out a bit more- cheers.
  5. mark green

    Fall Sun Flare

    Ditto to see the PSD file again please
  6. mark green

    ACR editing and bracketed shots.

    I'll take that as a vote of confidence and work from the the best of the three I'll edit some up and see if I can get 'em past you
  7. HI, I have a number of photos where I have tried bracketing shots - as described in Brian's post below. So I end up with three photos that in theory should be combined in to one that will give a better result for a, e.g., bright sky and dark foreground. My question is: how would you recommend these fit into the ACR process? Would you combine them first and then do the RAW edits on the merged image or process each one individually and edit them concnertrating on getting either the 'bright' or 'dark' areas right? I'm assuming that you bracket in the firstplace because one image can't cover the range you want. Any pearls?
  8. mark green

    Say hello!

    Hi, Mark here, aged 55 (can't belive it!), English orginally but now living in Southern Norway since 1996. I joined 6 months ago while out travelling the world for 12 months so waited until I got home with internet & a decent monitor before surfacing. Lots of pictures to edit from the trip, both decent everyday photos and a few that I really want to get the best of with some kick ass editing. Apparently this is the place to learn that under Damiens gentle guidance...
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