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    Sunrise in Sweden (Street photography)

    A couple from my trip to Sweden at the back end of last year...

    The girl on the bridge by Ash Smith, on Flickr

    Sunrise in Uppsala by Ash Smith, on Flickr

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    Both lovely! Really atmospheric colours, especially the colours in the buildings and the street. Good work. What settings did you use for those?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bambam View Post
    Both lovely! Really atmospheric colours, especially the colours in the buildings and the street. Good work. What settings did you use for those?
    Echo the above sentiment and question.
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    If you follow the Flickr links above... You can get the info.

    Top pic:
    F8.0, speed 1/1000, is 200, auto wb, aperture priority with focal length of 34.3mm

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyE View Post
    If you follow the Flickr links above... You can get the info.

    Top pic:
    F8.0, speed 1/1000, is 200, auto wb, aperture priority with focal length of 34.3mm
    Many thanks.
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    Very nice. Was there any post production done on them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bambam View Post
    Both lovely! Really atmospheric colours, especially the colours in the buildings and the street. Good work. What settings did you use for those?
    Quote Originally Posted by number2 View Post
    Echo the above sentiment and question.
    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyE View Post
    If you follow the Flickr links above... You can get the info.

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    F8.0, speed 1/1000, is 200, auto wb, aperture priority with focal length of 34.3mm
    Thanks all. Yes, settings wise the exif is as shown, the image of the guy with the bike was shot at f4 and 55mm. WB is irrelevant as both are raw images (although in post is set to 6200k (which is pretty much standard for the conditions) and I leave ISO to an auto setting between 200 and 6400 as the fuji sensors are awesome at higher ISO's (many would argue better at higher ISO's).
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    Quote Originally Posted by alanm_3 View Post
    Very nice. Was there any post production done on them?
    Yep, I have a few custom pre-sets that I use and then tweak for these type of images. These have -exp, +highlights, +shadows, +contrast, -whites, -blacks, little bit of clarity, very light split toning and some HSL work to bring out the red/orange/yellow and knock back the blues/greens. WB is set to 6200k (which is pretty standard for the exposure and conditions).

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    Great light ;)

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    Great shots.
    Andy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carlito149 View Post
    Great light ;)
    Quote Originally Posted by andy tims View Post
    Great shots.
    Thank you chaps

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