This is a discussion on Digital Camera Info & Comparisons within the Member Show-Off & Photography forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Check this out, a shot I took. You can see a lot has to do with post processing. Original shot ...
Check this out, a shot I took. You can see a lot has to do with post processing. Original shot was okay, but it was dull, a little over exposed and lacked that wow factor. Which MOST shots due until they are ran through processing.
Subaru WRX Limited | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
Heres a shot where I went step by step on what I did. This is due to most of my images. Basic editing for me.
Editing Process Sasquatch Self Portrait | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
And most importantly. Practice, practice and a lot more practice.
First Mods: What to do and what not to do
2012 WRB WRX base hatchback - Stage 1 with a meaty area under the curve thanks to Mattypants @ WTF Tuning, LLC
Previous Cars: 2004 RSX-S, 1998 Grand Prix GTP
"Isn't it amazing how smart you feel when you just aren't being stupid?"
I have the odd-ball of the dslr family. I have a sigma. sigma is known for their lenses but they also make a really cool body as well. It uses proprietary image processing which makes it rough for RAW file types. You pretty much have to use their software to process RAWs. It was very affordable and it is has some really great features that typically only come in the higher end cameras such as magnesium frame as opposed to plastic/composite, etc. It takes a little more time to become familiar with it as it isn't quite as intuitive as the more common brands. Also, even though they are one of the largest manufacturers of lenses finding lenses for their own body is difficult.
Nikon shooter here. I currently own a D4, D800 and a D7000. Previous models I've owned are D3S, D3X, D300S, and D200. I mainly use my D800 for video, D4 for photos and D7000 when I need a light set up on the trail. I shoot mainly motorcycle images.