tfttf016 – organize / framing your shots

In today’s show I’ll go into more detail about DIM (digital image mover), which I mentioned in last week’s show, and I’ll tell you why framing your shots can make a big difference.


image: framing your shots

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tfttf015 – the life cycle of a picture

Today’s show is an experiment. It’s quite a bit different from what I’m usually doing on the show, as it includes a bit of what we podcasters call “sound-seeing”. I’ll give you an insight into my photography process from taking the picture (“almost live” from my top floor window! :)) through to the actual post-processing.

Not a really artistic image, but it’ll serve to illustrate the point
of what a bit of burn and dodge can do to an image.
Before…


…and after

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tfttf014 – shooting fast action / why post processing

Last weekend I happened to end up watching a model airplane competition, so today’s show features shooting fast action model airplanes and my own take on why post-processing is important for many of your pictures.


image: “prepare for takeoff”

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