Napioa - Wind Origins

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You have diferent issues here. Lets separate them. 1) You have a bright wall and dark people... It is the same case as if you have a bright window with people on an interior. Your options are limited. Use aditional ilumination, like firing a flash as fill light. If you are shooting from far away this could not work. But if you have permissions you can use ...


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Your ways are: using any film to record images instead of digital technology using the camera with strong enough AA filter using the camera with surplus of resolution (medium format cameras, may be very expensive) using very tight aperture (big F number) so that image is blurred enough with diffraction for moire to disappear. 1,5x crop camera with F13 will ...


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As it has only recently become free, I'd now experiment with the Nik Collection (of plug-ins to LR and PS) - they do also work standalone. The collection is from Google. It is early days practising here, but instead of using a WB blanket adjustment, start in PS / LR in RAW, then work in Nik, then return a masking layer from Nik into PS. Then you only allow ...


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I'll post this here even though its in NZ so will have different rules (unless you too are from NZ). Here, notionally, rules re photography on public land are clear and very unrestrictive. In practice, event organisers may seek to limit your rights and police may assist them even when points of uncertainty are clearly explained to them. Here is what ...


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If the athletes are NCAA, definitely not*. If "private event" means you needed a press pass to be able to shoot, almost certainly not (you'll find a disclaimer on the back of most press passes basically saying "we own your photos, but we're letting the publication which sent you use them"). Otherwise, maybe. Check with an attorney rather than the ...



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