Gentle Giant


Posted by shreyas yadav on Sat Dec 09, 2023 11:20 am

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It was an exciting and thrilling experience to see this Mighty Tusker coming Head-On
Nikon D7100 | Nikon 80-200 f/2.8 
f/5.6 | 1/200 s | ISO 2000 

Here the background is Blurred using Lightroom' Latest Feature: Lens Blur - (Early Access ) 

Here is Step A step-by-step guide for the Lens Blur Tool in Adobe Lightroom - 

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Let me know your thoughts on the Lens Blur ( Early Access ) Feature in the Lightroom. 

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by david fletcher on Sat Dec 09, 2023 11:32 am
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Marvelous sight and experience Shreyas. I don't have use of Lightroom so can't comment.  Seems effective here,  although I would probably have shot wide open to up the ss. (at that distance, and size, the dof would be less important to me if that makes sense as that crop sensor helps a bit,  and a need to scarper quickly probably would have been prominent in my thoughts.. LOL).   :D
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by Cynthia Crawford on Sat Dec 09, 2023 3:23 pm
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Very imposing fellow- I don't use Lightroom either, but the effect seems to work.
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by Carol Clarke on Sat Dec 09, 2023 4:16 pm
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Its fine for those who like air brushed backgrounds - but personally I prefer to see more depth and detail of the natural habitat in wildlife images, Shreyas.  To me they look more realistic as an actual record of what we saw when we observed the animal and took the photo.

 
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by shreyas yadav on Sun Dec 10, 2023 2:00 am
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david fletcher wrote: Marvelous sight and experience Shreyas. I don't have use of Lightroom so can't comment.  Seems effective here,  although I would probably have shot wide open to up the ss. (at that distance, and size, the dof would be less important to me if that makes sense as that crop sensor helps a bit,  and a need to scarper quickly probably would have been prominent in my thoughts.. LOL).   :D
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by shreyas yadav on Sun Dec 10, 2023 2:01 am
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Carol Clarke wrote: Its fine for those who like air brushed backgrounds - but personally I prefer to see more depth and detail of the natural habitat in wildlife images, Shreyas.  To me they look more realistic as an actual record of what we saw when we observed the animal and took the photo.

 
Just my opinion.  :) 

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Thank Carol, yes Agree! 
 

by Axel Hildebrandt on Sun Dec 10, 2023 7:54 am
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Great POV for this impressive-looking elephant. The blur effect works well, it still gives an idea of the habitat but is not distracting.
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