Sunday, August 06, 2006

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Again - For some reason the vibrance washes out on color images. This is a real problem.

7 comments:

Dave said...

It's because of the change in resoloution... every time I have that problem I end up posting it in 1024x768.

Dave said...

I think. hehe

The Jeweled Reporter said...

Once upon a time I was a very amateur photo nut, back with my Pentax K-1000 and all my zoom lens. I know that back then the type of film (not just film speed)could affect the intensity as well as the other things such as aperture, etc. I don't recall what camera you are using here, but if it's digital, I really don't have any advice. Digital is so different, and you are posting on a digital medium. Putting a picture on paper is different than posting it on a digital medium as well. Paper brings out the intensity. There are also the tricks you can use while doing your own printing to make certain things more intense. I guess in my ramblings here I'm trying to say don't give up-you have great photos-they tell stories, some have some trippin' effects, some have wonderful viewpoints and contrast. Photography is a science and an art simultaneously-one you have to learn, one you have instinctively within you.

Gypsy said...

well - i couldn't have asked for a nicer, more thoughtful reply. the camera is a 350d digital canon. but something's missing from digital. i'm not happy. sure its fun, but its not, well - something's missing. i have never taken an analog photo other than those throwaway cameras. someone else suggested the pentax 1000. so, guess its time. btw, i know next to nothing about exposure. another thing i could stand to learn.

thank you for your comments, jewel.

The Jeweled Reporter said...

I've heard many pro's say there's nothing like film photography. Having said that, because of being around the local fashion industry and seeing the photographers, conversely they are using digital cameras now. I'm not sure if it's a progressive thing, where they learned first on SLR's and moved to digital, because once they got the foundation of the science, digital was a piece of cake. It's just my .02 worth. Don't worry, I'll still keep coming to visit! :-)

Gypsy said...

well, you can cross process with film without it degrading the image, i believe (?). the one at the top was processed in camera and then adjusted out. the blur is a zoom. i know nothing about film and almost nothing about photography, though the relation between shutter speed and f-stops is something i'm [finally] starting to see straight on. and no, you'd better not stop coming! thank you for your feedback, as always.

Kristyl said...

uh.. whats up with the reflection of a foot in this photo?

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