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Images of Canberra – Sunset on the Hume

By johnboy 21 December 2006 22

Humbug sent in the following ripsnorter he shot at sunset along the Hume Highway.

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Bartron 9:42 pm 24 Dec 06

ok…If I take ISO 100 film and push it to ISO 400 then take an exposure, I need to develop the film as ISO 400 otherwise the image will come out undereposed. I need to leave the film in the developer longer. What I’ve done digitally is essentially the same. I shot at ISO 100 then in Adobe Lightroom I’ve increased the exposure…left it in the ‘virtual developer’ a bit longer if you will…increased exposure….pushed. If you use lightroom (try it…it’ free beta ATM) they refer what you do to a RAW file as ‘developing’ as that is what you are doing. In the film world the developing happens between taking the shot and viewing the image. Digitally it’s the same thing except we get the opportunity to muck around with things until we like what we see. It’s like developing film then changing your mind and re-developing it.

What you want to call it is up to you…digitally I increased the exposure 2 stops. The only other adjustments made is to dcrease luminosity of blue a notch, increase overal saturation, rotate to straighten the image and add a slight vignetting effect.

Whatever I’ve done to the image, I hope you like it.

Merry Christmas.

Danman 11:35 pm 23 Dec 06

still dont understand how you “pushed” it.

Did you make it lighter in photoshop ? adjust contrast brightness?

Is that what you mean ?

I dont think pushing is achievable digitally.

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