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Keebs
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   Old Thread  #2000 28 Apr 2013 at 9.41pm  0  Login    Register
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Very nice - Turnstone?
tuftytowers
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   Old Thread  #1999 28 Apr 2013 at 9.16pm  0  Login    Register
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Untitled
Keebs
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   Old Thread  #1998 28 Apr 2013 at 6.41pm  0  Login    Register
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Here's a Warbler (Blackcap) for you Ev - just happened to be in the back garden with the camera at the right time when he popped in. His Mrs was in 5 minutes later but I'd gone in for a cuppa by then.

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   Old Thread  #1997 24 Apr 2013 at 9.50pm  0  Login    Register
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Like the wagtails. Keebs,

60srules , I have the full suit of topaz, use this along with aperture, but finding topaz just seams to get a bit noisey?. Guess I will keep plugging away, aim to get. The warblers on a local lake any tips pm if you like





Keebs
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   Old Thread  #1996 24 Apr 2013 at 9.31pm  0  Login    Register
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Topaz Denoise is a brilliant bit of software, all my shots get run through it to some degree.
60sRules
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   Old Thread  #1995 24 Apr 2013 at 9.26pm  0  Login    Register
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Hi Jason
I see you mentioned using Topaz software. Are you using their `In Focus` and or `Detail 3`?, both are good but due to the amount of control you have it takes a while to balance all the adjustments and get the result you were looking for.

Their noise reduction programme Topaz `DeNoise` can take the edge off image sharpness but detail can be brought back with intelligent use of the sliders

A very quick fix which boosts sharpness in a simple step is the `Smart Sharpen` feature in Photoshop
Keebs
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   Old Thread  #1994 24 Apr 2013 at 9.18pm  0  Login    Register
Some nice work there lads.
Ev - TC's always lose a bit of image quality but they are pretty sharp mate, I think you can probably get rid of more of that noise with some practice.

Got this pair of Wagtails by the garden pond every day now, they are nesting nearby.

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   Old Thread  #1993 24 Apr 2013 at 7.53pm  0  Login    Register
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Cheers Dave

Little soft trying to get the hang of topaz but not sure if its down to lens and 1.4x converter and d300

Like the wide shots


So what's the lens??
dangerousdave
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   Old Thread  #1992 23 Apr 2013 at 9.08pm  0  Login    Register
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Lovely Tit shots ev
Dawn Reeds

Dawn Surface

Been getting the hang of my new ultra wide
roman
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   Old Thread  #1991 17 Apr 2013 at 2.57pm  0  Login    Register
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Thanks,
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   Old Thread  #1990 17 Apr 2013 at 1.42pm  0  Login    Register
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That's just how photobucket deals with the image, better to get a flicker account you will not suffer image softening
roman
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   Old Thread  #1989 17 Apr 2013 at 9.07am  0  Login    Register
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Just a question
When I upload to photobucket, pics seem to loose some sharpness, is there a way around this?
Nice ev
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   Old Thread  #1988 16 Apr 2013 at 9.49pm  0  Login    Register
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   Old Thread  #1987 10 Apr 2013 at 11.07am  0  Login    Register
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Not the best shot, its taken from my garden. Had to zoom rite in and try hold it steady.

roman
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   Old Thread  #1986 7 Apr 2013 at 9.40am  0  Login    Register
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My quick release plate attached to a storm pole worked fine, and was left in situ throuought the session.
Appreciate you could with a tripod, felt a bit overdressed.
Had a couple of smaller commons, one of which was very lively and whilst holding the lively fish plus camera remote with thumb and forefinger, can be a bit of a job presenting the fish upright and square too the camera.
So a Yongnuo MC-36/C1 intervalometer is on route.
This will work with yours daffy.

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