Posts tagged "camera raw"
Red Hinge (by tyler.wainright)
Last one from my fishing/photography trip to the Norfolk River. I spent a lot of time on the dock which had a ton of character. This hinge was on an old, weathered box that was near the fish cleaning area. I loved the combination of the red paint and the texture of the wood.
Shot with a D90 with an exposure of 1/200 sec at f/4.0 with an ISO of 200. It was taken using my Nikon 35mm f/1.8 lens and edited using Adobe Camera RAW.
Rainbow trout (by tyler.wainright)
If you think I actually caught this fish, you’d be wrong. I can’t fish to save my life. I just happen to have my camera ready for when someone did catch one. This rainbow trout was caught off a dock on the Norfolk River and was thrown back in.
Broken river rocks (duotone) (by tyler.wainright)
Another photograph from my fishing trip last weekend. This is of some weathered and broken shale rock that’s usually under water. Shot with my D90 using my 35mm f/1.8 lens. Exposure was 1/400 second at f/4.0 with an ISO of 100.
I edited this quite a bit in Camera RAW because I really wanted the lighter colored shale to stand out. I used one adjustment brush to select which areas I wanted to darken and I used another brush to lighten some areas.
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Edward Weston tribute pepper (platinum tone) (by tyler.wainright)
Trying to pay homage to an old master. This red pepper had a cool stem that I had to photograph as soon as I saw it. To create this image I put the pepper on a dark brown fleece blanket near a large window (no reflector for fill light). I stood in a chair to shoot it from above.
In Camera Raw I converted it to black and white, maxed out the clarity, upped the blacks and the contrast. I then used an adjustment brush to slightly darken the right and left side of the pepper. Finally, I added a traditional platinum tone to the image.