Had a great night recently at the boxing in Claremont.
OK, so I have been asked how I get my images to look “so good”. I was humbled by this but also proud to have been complimented so.
Here is an example of Before, during and after.
This was done on an old jpeg I shot (before I started shooting in RAW).
This is the original jpeg straight from Nikon D-60.
This image has been put into Photoshop. I then applied Athentech Perfectly Clear. As you can see, exposure and contrast have been sorted.
Finally, this is the tool of tools. Easypanel. Look it up, you will never look back. The tool I used Sharpen (I believe it uses invert and un-sharp mask) It seems backward, but works a treat.
From beautiful old fences through to my favourite waterbird, the pelican.
I am fortunate enough to have been able to visit Binalong Bay this morning at sunrise and enjoy the view and absolute serenity.
I have stumbled upon some processes to create some exceptional results, especially for moving subjects (cars, bikes, etc) but can do wonders with most others.
Despite a somewhat cold and dreary day, the Anzac Day Parade through Hobart was extremely well attended and provided some exceptional opportunities to capture the essence of the day.
Lest We Forget.
28 Feb saw the Hobart Sporting Car Club fire up with a great range of classes and some exceptional racing.
With some damp weather, then a great dry run, the racing was thick and fast. Well done to all drivers and crews. Without you, I cannot get these great shots.