Discussion in 'Photography' started by fishgrappler, Jan 25, 2019.
You just needed to adjust the contrast and bump the saturation a little on that bad boy.
Is that a cellphone pic? Nice!
How about this one
Made a couple tweaks just to tighten it up a little. Didn't really need it though.
Nice photo WW!
Thanks for the tip. Yes, iphone se, taken in Maui.
Always looking to improve
Here are some photos that I took of Seattle looking west at a cloud formation that couldn’t pass. Tried tweeting em. I think they look good but, I like to get input....
Nice photos of the sun sets btw.
Maing, those are very nice photos and well captured.
Clouds are difficult subject matter especially here on the West Coast where they are most always gray because we don't get the good white puffy ones like in the flyover states.
To get good cloud photos there has to be good low angle sunlight and some clear blue sky in the background for contrast to make them pop.
We had that about a month ago. First time I've seen clouds like this in a long time so I was lucky to be on a bike ride to get a couple shots. Newport Peninsula Balboa pier.
Same to you. I really like the second photo! If the pier was not in the shot and you could isolate they cloud with all the homes and palm trees I think that would be an even more amazing shot. But that’s just my opinion.
Thanks for the kind word on the photos.
I’ll send some more stuff to bounce of ya if that’s cool!!!
Here is a photo in montana. Middle center you can see the body of a trout slightly outa the water. In the water u can see it’s tail... kind of an accident shot.
Last week before work....
That is amazing. Love how the clouds fan out..!!!
Okay you win!!!
Here is one I took a couple years back while fishin with family on the Columbia river.
Impressive shots gents. Very nice!
Got a couple shots after the rain today. Haven't checked'em to see if they are any good yet.
I agree... tight lines, fair winds and following seas!!! Let’s keep sending photos... I like seeing other people’s artistic eye on what they see through a lens...
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