Napioa - Wind Origins

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You can also use channels in Photoshop to help bring it back. A lot of photographs are restored by using this method. Here is a link to a tutorial. I have no affiliation or gain from linking to this website. Hope it helps! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C2Srw245R7U


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If you're willing to use GIMP instead of Photoshop, there's a plugin named colorize-gimp just for that reason. If you don't know or want to compile, apparently there's a compiled Windows version available.


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Stiching multiple image, probably shot on a fisheye lens and remapping using Pano2VR, or Flexify will do the purpose.


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If the camera you have is a Nikon then a search for "c mount to nikon f" would turn up something that ought to let you attach the camera to the microscope. If not Nikon then substitute manufacturer & lens mount type as necessary...


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The adapter you listed is made for doing the opposite of what you wish to do: It is made for using C-mount cameras with DSLR lenses. There are a couple of issue with doing what you want that make it problematic: The C-mount registration distance (a/k/a flange focal distance a/k/a distance from the film/sensor to the lens mounting flange) is 17.526mm. The ...


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What are the most used settings for using a speedlite on a 6D ? I have no idea what the most used setting is, but the easy speedlight setting is ETTL mode, in which the camera adjusts the flash power to provide a reasonable exposure. Is it best to change the aperture more rather than the ISO? No, there is no single best option that applies in all ...


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All of that is going to depend very largely on the situation you're in at any given time. Some times you will not want to change aperture as this will alter your depth of field, other times you will not be concerned with that but wont want to introduce any more noise into the photo so you'll alter aperture instead of raising ISO etc. That's the same ...


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I use the online platform http://www.lynda.com. Try the 14 day trial and explore the different photography courses that offers. Additionally, you can find plenty of books on Amazon. There is a great series called "From snapshots to great shots". You will learn a lot and also get some inspiration from the photographs in the books. All of them have also small ...


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There is one advantage with two big "Ifs". If you are sure that what you do in-camera meets your artistic vision satisfactorily without the need to later shift the relation in grey tonal values between objects of different colors: If you are saving the images as JEPG only files: Then saving the jpegs in B&W will significantly reduce the file size of ...


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Turn all the quadrants of photos into a cube (6 faces) Ok That specific thing is a cubical projection. It is very common on 3D rendering and virtual tours. Here is a little explanation on the diferent projection types: http://www.otake.com.mx/Apuntes/Imagen/EnviromentMaps/ You in theory can make a direct cubical projection but the distorsions are ...


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The only way to get the cube faces is to cover the cube by shooting a spherical 360ºx180º pano, first. This is non-trivial. See: How are virtual tour photos taken? There are cameras that can create this type of image in a single shot (e.g., Ricoh Theta), but the image quality and resolution of these types of cameras tends to be very low and you have no ...


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So essentially, the question is: how do I create a photo like this where the end result would be a folded cube that all its faces interconnect forming a printed cube with a person inside it. You're basically creating a spherical image -- one that spans 360° horizontally and vertically. You obviously can't take such an image with a normal camera, so the ...


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Have vertical scenes--need the content turned to the horizon position. Is there any app that could do this Any tool that allows cropping will work. You can't change the aspect ratio of the image and keep the entire image. So, if you want to turn a portrait-orientation image into a landscape-orientation image, you're going to have to crop the image. A ...



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