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Frage von Lutz Dieckmann:
April 2010

Hi,

I once again made a new tutorial online. This time it comes to the compendia and Filters. What you can do with them and why one should hire a part time. I answer questions, as always, happy to be here.

There is also a new idea in the blog. Maybe they will even favor. What I would like to address many questions.

Greetings

Lutz Dieckmann



Antwort von Replay:

Certainly an interesting thing. But I am an avowed Filters-objector ^ ^

Why?

In my case is unique and only the Camera tool, with all its technical limitations. This concerns the issue Stillimage synonymous. I know today is not "state of the art", but this is my way to turn. I find pictures that were taken through filters, very artificial, even "strange".

If the light does not fit, it usually has an opportunity to visit a place again when the light conditions to Rotate (photography) are ideal.

One more question: The pictures of the tutorial seemed to me something-fastness of cyan. Is this by design or has some other reason? I sit s.Laptop, which has no black screen calibrated, but-fastness of the screen is not the same.

Otherwise, as always, a good tutorial :-)



Antwort von Axel:

Frisch calibrated monitors, in the development section no special Cyan stitch visible, skin is skin, sky sky and the shadows are sadly gray (see Article Memory Colors, shadows have to be aquamarine, there would be a smiley nice, but that is too yellow. ).

Excessive I find the pink sky, the sun does not look hot, but according to a pink color graduated filter. The recording you would like to see again with the ND-grade alone, perhaps in different strengths. To my mind the most important of all filter. The impact of Mattebox with / without one would like views, s.diesem sunny day was an opportunity. Particularly effective is a Mattebox in sun plus snow.

But the polarizing synonymous seems to have improved the picture.

Postproduction or on location? With or without a filter? Must we choose finally? Nope, you do not. You take, so it is better ....








Antwort von pilskopf:

One can mention synonymous times that can be a recording rotate 2x, on static images, of course, limited, once the scene with the correct aperture for the floor area and then dimmed the sky correctly and in the post then set by mask, the two images of each other, very convenient and it saves itself in such recordings the ND filter. But he is never synonymous soooo handy and you can not rumschwenken wild with it. But you could mention in such a tutorial something synonymous. Whereby authorize the software must, of course, such masking.



Antwort von Axel:

What does pilskopf was, in this


Antwort von Maze:

The video I have seen a year ago. The look of the bridge are you s.der have achieved is not my thing. But the video does what it is, and explains quite well.



Antwort von Axel:

"Maze" wrote:
The look of the bridge are you s.der have achieved ...

Is not my video.



Antwort von B.DeKid:

"Replay" wrote:
Certainly an interesting thing. But I am an avowed Filters-objector ^ ^


What a nonsense!

As can be only as a point of view have on the things that's probably not really mean it?!

Filters are the most important with what you have to have!

There are dozens of opportunities for dozens of filters - where it is no longer simply no filter!

I recommend you throw your prejudices about board and work your way into the subject and one you will not notice how much nicer the Picture or better it gets.

(Clear One can build filters synonymous with shit, but used correctly notes that no man and if this were the case then you have it exactly right! Because it remembers None because you then to look like the picture viewer as synonymous, whereas if no Filters geweesen would say it directly detect / would "Hmm not what is missing here or something's wrong"

.................

As un kuck now I Lutz times in his video

MfG
B. DeKid



Antwort von pilskopf:

I've only seen as a polarizing filter circulars and find the correct class, significant improvement.



Antwort von B.DeKid:

So I thought it would now viewed times.

Basically, the Lutz has already shown (in a very blatant way) what effect filter.

Only he could probably explain the whole as synonymous with fine gradation correctly sees it not as a spectator.

The pole filter he should have explained better, or the true Vortteile
to show, namely the entspiegeln of objects.
It puts him one to shoot through glass or water, since one can thus lift the reflected light.
A Circular Pol filter (cheese man speak like this technique better than 2 above the broader filter) is in any Stillimage / film bag.

In color (gradient) filters have to be forsichtig, they are almost already come out of fashion because you can achieve with your PC and feinabgestuften masks finer gradations.
But there are still situations where I would take the case of certain motifs on these back.

ND Filters Well - that's probably with the main filter - because you do not really need to say. Usually they are integrated into a video camera or the lenses. The user is therefore aware that he hardly uses ND filter "" ;-)

ND graduated filter are very Nett Especially you can use them synonymous Vertical what works really well with certain motifs and makes sense.
(Eg a street or house wall.

IR filter are mentioned maybe what you where really bright sun shines should use.

UV filter and almost everyone knows before further filter the effect we snail. Just as masking filter.

* On the other functions of the compendium, although he received only limited but I think he is probably on the accompanying DVD make *

Who wants to read more about filters should go on http://www.cokin.fr/ico13/ico13.html there you can load multiple PDF s catalog and these are actually synonymous always sample images of the respective filter (although I sometimes have the feeling that was hurried on some more with the PC)

MfG
B. DeKid



Antwort von Bernd E.:

"B. DeKid" wrote:
... Circular Pol filter (say cheese man technique as shown above the broader filter 2) ...

"Cheese Man" (named after the inventor) means for polarizing filters a certain type of sealing against the ingress of dust or moisture. In favor of a long filter life is certainly a good idea indeed, necessary for the visual effect but not: This is with a normal Zirkularpolfilter without the "cheese man" identical.

"B. DeKid" wrote:
... On the other functions of the compendium, although he received only limited but I think that will probably make it on the accompanying DVD ...

I guess synonymous, otherwise it would be a tutorial relating to superficial compendium already bad.



Antwort von B.DeKid:

Thanks Bernd - I thought the cheese man was always the filter where almost 2 filter are stacked in a socket and bar are rotating.

Here I have to use just a few days ago one pole filter to the incident reflected light s.den edges of the glass counter this



It is less the raw picture (it was composed only the dark images from the series of 24 images PS via HDR function of)

Without a polarizing filter I had, of course as you can see below wessentlich more reflections on the upper edge of the glass.

MfG
B. DeKid








Antwort von B.DeKid:

If anyone should ask yourself why the attached picture is so "hurds truncated" in which it was once a "slide show" mode, call ... which is white above the softbox which illuminates the whole scene ;-)

Only noted as one of my guys just said "What have cropped the picture for so hurds (wrong)?"

And appear with respect to the reflections of the lens flares aka the top right corner to the center ... because I have the sides of the cardboard craft had not yet covered

;-)

MfG
B. DeKid

PS: Just because one of my grad guys complaining about the Picture critically - as a kind of justification by my side ;-)

PS2: the whole composing NEN is because I'm fond of Twizzlers Sun ;-) THX @ X-Ray ... has sent me some of Ami country, THANKS ;-)




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