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  • Back to the High Country

    Recently back to the Victorian High Country, this time with the new Sony. Few pics. As always feedback welcomed.

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    Pretty good stuff Todd. I think a few are a bit over saturated and I'd remove the leaves RHS of #6 - it would also make a great painting for the wall, a perfect bit of Australiana
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      Thanks ISAC. Great call on the leaves of #6.
      Which ones do you think are over saturated? #9?

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      • seaslug
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        Great outing Toddy. I was thinking the same thing about saturation (yellows in particular). Are you shooting jpeg with (vivid) selected? I do find that a bit too strong on my Sonys.

      • Toddyh
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        Thanks Greg. Yep was shooting in jpg for simplicity. Will need to have a look at those settings then.

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      Couple of suggested edits

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      • Toddyh
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        Thanks Greg. I'll have a play. Am used to using manual full time so might try out some of the presets.

      • Isac
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        Much better for #9 Todd. The others were 1,2 and 11. I use an IPS panel which can have a tendancy to boost colours a bit, so don't read too much into it. Like you said, it's new and you will have to just play with the settings until you're happy

      • Toddyh
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        Thanks Isac. I'll have another look at 1, 2 and 11.

    • #5
      G'day mate

      All 10 images resound with me ... can my motorhome get to these places???
      Q- where is #8 'the lookout' on the hilltop?

      As to #9 the waterfall - the original looks fine to me [on my laptop] whereas @11 looks like from Power's Lookout near Myrtleford vic


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      • Toddyh
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        Hi Phil
        #8 is the fire tower on top of Billy Goats Bluff. You could get there in 2wd from Licola but it would be rough. No chance of coming up Billy Goats (track in #7).

        The central section of #9 did look overdone on the desktop monitor. Not so much on the laptop.

        #11 is Powers Lookout yep. Overlooking King Valley.

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      I reckon your travel photos should be in a book!
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      • #7
        Haha that's great. I'm gonna call it overpriced straight away though.

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        • Isac
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          Not over priced at all Todd, I reckon it's cheap in this current economy! Glad you like.

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        The landscape shots are very nice and some great holiday snaps to boot. # 2 I think would have been the pick for me had you have taken that shot without the 4b and the tyre tracks in the grass.

        Canon bodies. Canon and sigma lenses.

        Peter

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        • #9
          Thanks Peter. The tracks are not mine but the 4wd is. I wanted it there.
          Here's an alternate view of the same spot.

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          • #10
            Nice set, #2 would be great if there was no car etc. but nice anyway
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            • #11
              Very nice Iain. We've never been to the Victorian high country but it is definitely on the bucket list. Not too sure about this swag stuff though hahaha. We're used to all the comforts of a caravan.
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              • #12
                Not sure who lian is but thanks.

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