Antarctica

Antarctica
by ʇolɐǝz ǝɥʇ qoq

Submit your Photo
Hall of Fame

Please participate in Meta
and help us grow.

New answers tagged

0

I doubt that there's a filter doing that. It's more likely to be the result of a workflow that includes many steps, with some of them being filters. I also suspect that there are adjustments applied locally. Maybe there's even more editing going on, say sky replacement for example.


1

As Matt's answer says, this is something typically associated with Zeiss lenses that gets argued about on fredmiranda's alt-gear forum a lot. The theory goes that lenses that exhibit a high degree of "micro-contrast", so that the transition from in focus to out of focus tends to be a little more defined give "the pop" more than lenses that exhibit a high ...


0

The best way to prove it to oneself is to test different lenses using the same scene and lighting. I did a comparison using a mirrorless camera, of a legacy MF prime lens (5 elements) against a modern AF zoom lens (11 elements) and the legacy lens clearly won out. It was especially noticeable in the shadow tones, where there was a clear distinction and ...


2

My two cents: You are new in photography and you are not very good in painting... Do not push yourself too much, but make a real effort to learn. 1) The photo. Here is a greeeeeeat photoshooot of a coca-cola pinup style session. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cBUsA-AoRBg If your photo is good, the result is good... so you need to learn photography, ...


3

Unless you just mean the overall yellow/brown tone, no, you can't do this by adding a filter. You need three things: a model, setup, and lighting. "A model" might seem obvious, but: posing like this isn't innate. It takes skill and practice. You probably need to hire a professional model — or else someone you work well with and a lot of patience. By setup,...


1

Faded photography is and example of stylization that is instantly available via mobile apps and plugins. Stylization helps removing resemblance to the physical world. It makes the pictures feel more artistic and since it removes some of the distracting reality, it actually makes it easier to show emotion in the photograph. I suspect it is used by people ...


0

I think it could be Topaz Glow. http://www.topazlabs.com/glow



Top 50 recent answers are included