Here it straight from RAW to jpg via CS2
And here it is processed raw-to-jpg via ie2.
I think there is still too much red in the face, though. I am still trying to get a good handle on i2e and what to set, when to set it, and what the different options do.
Just wanted to post up and say I have really been enjoying all the photos in this thread so far. Since it's almost always raining here in Oregon I have yet to grab any decent shots during my time off from work but I am going to try and jump in on this within the next week or so, looks like fun!
Direct from RAW wins hands down (in my book at least)
Is that also one of the migratory brids?
O.k. - why? Always interested in getting better/getting it right.
How 'bout some more pollen?
The mid-Georgia skyline, filled with springtime pollen. Yes, the sky really is that green when the trees are doing their springtime thing.
It's that time of year...
Not sure if i'm too late for this assignment but....
H e r b wrote:
Been thinking about this a lot. Went to the park looking for some shots and the small town look and feel got me thinking...
Let me know if I'm way out there...
The trees are just beginning to bloom...
this is my first post here at dgrin, hope i get it right
Welcome to Dgrin and to the Class!
Great image, great entry!
Now, can you make them roses do the frame dance?
OK, shot last Sunday:
Nothing says spring like blossoming fig trees!