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#3391

Posted A week ago

Well I mainly do car photos, and for that I know that a polarizer is an absolute must. And yes I'm trying to shoot in raw because I plan on editing my photos a lot. But this is the kind of look I'm going for:

 

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Car photography is kind of different. Most times I get shocked and kind of have a brain fart and forget how I should capture it. I don't know, angles don't really come natural to me and it sucks. Need to practice on random cars on the street.

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#3392

Posted A week ago

Also I don't have Photoshop on my computer yet so should I hold off on shooting in RAW?

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#3393

Posted A week ago

Also I don't have Photoshop on my computer yet so should I hold off on shooting in RAW?

No, because you can still use RAWs later when you do get Photoshop. In the mean time, you can at least open them with IrfanView and a plugin (check the same site). Also, I'd highly recommend Lightroom over Photoshop for photo post-processing.

Apparently, 500px does this event called Global Photo Walk all over the world. Went to the one in Riga today. Took some shots, met some fun people.
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#3394

Posted A week ago Edited by Michael, A week ago.

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I used my old canon compact camera to take pictures at a tropical greenhouse and edited the pictures with VSCO. I can't shoot in RAW though.
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#3395

Posted A week ago

Also I don't have Photoshop on my computer yet so should I hold off on shooting in RAW?

No, because you can still use RAWs later when you do get Photoshop. In the mean time, you can at least open them with IrfanView and a plugin (check the same site). Also, I'd highly recommend Lightroom over Photoshop for photo post-processing.Apparently, 500px does this event called Global Photo Walk all over the world. Went to the one in Riga today. Took some shots, met some fun people.
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Thanks. Oh and I did mean Lightroom. Gotta wait til I get the funds for that.




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