Re: Spain before my eyes
In the case of "De la Tierra al Cielo", the colors and contrast in the
sky is achieved by using a polarizing filter. In the case of "Eolos"
there was no polarizer, just a UV filter so... well it's just a case of
luck, I think I should say. I looked up, saw the sun just behind the
windmill and took the photograph. I'm afraid there's no technique to
explain there, blame the camera for rendering the photo so nicely...
All of the photographs have been taken with a Canon EOS 350D (Digital
Rebel XT), using the kit lenses (EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6).
Thanks for your interest,
- Re: Photographing through curved glass
... I would photograph the picture from above with the ... picture flat on the ground- no flash. ... is to use a polarizing filter. ... to cut glare and to protect ...
- Re: Advice on purple fringing
... I got a super deal on the camera and I can live the the purple ... fringing. ... I never had luck with UV filters, a polarizing filter might help a bit in that it will sometime darken the sky. ...
- Re: Please, why is sky washed out?
... Shooting in RAW might help, ... sky from overexposing in the first place and everything after that is ... People in this group hate filters and they hate people who don't shoot ... I tried with my polarizing filter and it turned a tad better. ...
- Re: Confused about skylight/UV filter for digital
... >> blue areas are supposed to be brown. ... > If they are metal flashing, then it is likely the blue is from the sky ... you need a polarizing filter to cut ...
- Re: Blue Skys?
... out with light gray to almost while sky's. ... least some blue in the sky, without having to enhance everything through ... I tried a polarizing filter, ... we can start looking for a filter that makes fat people thin. ...