I grew up in Newport Beach California graduated Corona Del Mar High School in 1984. I miss it - the energy the beaches the business the beauty. Back then we had film only, we waited at least 2 weeks for our pictures after paying $20.00 we would sit on the curb outside the little Kodak House and look at them slowly. Many were bad or you missed the shot or you forgot what you wanted to take a picture of because it was 2 or 3 weeks ago!I took this image while on a visit down south with film at sunset... continue reading
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Chromatic aberration appears in photos as "fringes" of color along boundaries that separate dark and bright parts of the image and can be most annoying.Even with Canon L glass and a reasonably high end camera, I'm still faced with it in certain situations - with trees against pale skies, for example, or the edges of a building against a white sky, or blue sky with clouds.There are times when even my software (Photoshop CS5) can't completely eradicate it, so I've figured out a fix which works... continue reading
Hello dear dreamstime members,one reason of refusals are chromatic aberrations in the photographies. You all know this subject CA. I am using a compact camera - of course I am saving money for better one non-compact camera, but this needs lots of time - and I had the luck that some few of my images where accepted. I have taken a little bit naivly photographies of different subjects and I had CAs. At first I didn't know what does this mean and then I have informed myself on the internet. After... continue reading
HDR pictures generated by Photomatix per se are not good enough for stock photos.There are three main defects that needs to be removed before it is of suitable quality, namely artefacts, high noise levels, and severe chromatic aberrations.These defects exist even when maximal effort have been taken in the capture (Part I) and the generation (Part IIA and Part IIB) to minimise them. But now there is a high possibility - more than 90% from my experiences - to improve its quality to an acceptable... continue reading
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