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Snow flake in the spider web

Snow flake in the spider web
Copyright ©2006, Ricardo Rico
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New version with noise reduction !!

Photographer: Ricardo Rico
Folder: Ricardo R. Rico
Uploaded: 28-Feb-2006 12:01 CET
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Camera: Olympus C5060
Exposure time: 1/25
Aperture: f/8
Focal length: 122,5
Lens:
Focusing method: iESP
ISO: 100
White balance: Auto
Flash: external
Image format:
Processing applied: levels, cropping and resize in PS-CS.
Various: camera hand held, flash FL-20, close-up lens +10, +4
Image resized to: 730x555

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In my opinion - absolute perfect snowflake capture with good composition! You have taught me something here...

Loren Lewis at 12:16 CET on 28-Feb-2006 [Reply]

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Loren Lewis wrote:
> In my opinion - absolute perfect snowflake capture with good composition! You have taught
> me something here...
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Thank you very much for your comments, they are very encouraging. I think... if I can teach something, could be: patience and enthusiasm for "looking" at the Nature. But this is something that everybody can learn when begin the love for the photography. Best regards,
Ricardo

Ricardo Rico at 14:06 CET on 28-Feb-2006 [Reply]

Snow flake in the spider web

I suppose you know how to clean up background noise. This is the best shot nevertheless.
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Sergey Green at 16:21 CET on 28-Feb-2006 [Reply]

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Excellent work, you have a good eye for this .
Like Sergey said a little noise reduction would make this pictures outstanding...

Regards,

Fonzy - at 17:52 CET on 28-Feb-2006 [Reply]

Snow flake in the spider web

Ricardo, what did you do to it? It looks like noise reduction messed up the tonality - it just does not look the same somehow. Could you re-uplaod the previous version? Thanks,
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Sergey Green at 20:50 CET on 28-Feb-2006 [Reply]

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Sergey Green wrote:
> Ricardo, what did you do to it? It looks like noise reduction messed up the tonality - it
> just does not look the same somehow. Could you re-uplaod the previous version? Thanks,
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Sergey, firstly thanks for your comments and advice. I posted by mistake another version (I was very tired!). Particularly I do not mind a little noise in the photos, because when you use the tools to reduce the noise, the image lose their sharpeness. I tried to used the Photoshop noise reduction tools. Here is that version. Anyhow I would appreciate very much some information (tecnique or software) to improve the noise reduction. Best regards,
Ricardo


http://www.flickr.com/photos/r-rico/106004447/

Ricardo Rico at 22:56 CET on 28-Feb-2006 [Reply]