Did you shoot those in RAW? I'm asking about 5, 6 and 7 specifically. I think of you took #5, for instance, and processed it to restore the highlights in the Chrysler building and some of the shadows in the tree branches (curves and/or pseudo-HDR processing), then corrected the converging parallels, it would be pure win.
Right now I'm only processing with iPhoto, so I'm fairly limited to what I can actually correct. I really don't like it's highlight and shadow recovery tools, they make the image look fake if you use it at all. I really need to either purchase Aperture and Photoshop or at the very least learn to use Gimp.
Also, lol @ 'only working with a 450D and 17-40'. Have you seen what Lalani and I are working with?
Oh I meant for the wedding shots. I don't have a fancy flash so I had to work with whatever natural and artificial light was provided, so a lot of my shots aren't crystal clear or have a bit of noise from using a high ISO. I love my setup for shooting outdoors, though I wish I had a 10-22 UWA sometimes
I'll go on and post some of the wedding shots, but I need to correct the horizon on some of them (and a good many of the ones I already posted actually). For some reason I never even noticed that they needed correcting.
Edited by VicSkimmr, 23 April 2009 - 05:43 AM.