[PlayRaw] Syracuse, Italy

Last week I was in Syracuse, Italy.
I want to share some my pictures for a play_raw , this work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License

P1000196.RW2 (18.8 MB)
P1000214.RW2 (18.7 MB)
P1000323.RW2 (18.7 MB)

Have fun!

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Thanks for the images. My try in darktable with the second one.


P1000214.RW2.xmp (5,0 KB)

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Great pictures!

My try with Raw Therapee and the first one:

Btw is the camera already in lensfun db? Autocorrection of distorsion seems to lead to strange things.

P1000196.jpg.out.pp3 (12.6 KB)

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Image #3d


P1000323.RW2.xmp (8,1 KB)

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and the last


P1000196.RW2.xmp (7,0 KB)

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A grainy black and white attempt using GIMP 2.10.8 and G’MIC Qt.

Edit: Thought of using GIMP because the main building seem to reflect lot more light than the other parts of the picture. So I selectively darkened it and the pillar. Black and white because there seem to be certain timelessness in the main subjects. I thought that the color rendition will make them contemporary!!

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Magical evening.
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This crop converts an informative photo about a jetty into a human interest story photo. Now we are not curious to know about the boats but the couple!

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Honestly I’ve seen that couple only after I’ve opened the raw file :sweat_smile:

Here is my attempt at the final shot of this wonderful triad. A Cinemascope view!
P1000214-1.jpg.out.pp3 (11.8 KB)

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All 3 developed by Filmulator-1.0β then finished up in RawTherapee 5.5-dev.




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Merci @age for the prospection excuse, lovely light and places; fellow photon’s diggers :tophat:

RT 5.5


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Then proceeded to G’mic within Gimp for a postcard type of thing, and I mean carpenter’s “thing” :stuck_out_tongue:

 

That’s it, now a pancaking gif and my wishes for a good 2019, haya salud!

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This version is done in RT (basics) and Gimp (local enhancements).

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Here’s my contribution to this nice picture.


P1000196.RW2.xmp (13.1 KB)

And this is the video of its creation:

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My take on 196.

1. PhotoFlow → HL mode (blend) → AMaZE → linear Rec2020 (no clipping) → 32f
2. gmic → crop (φ) A → sharpen (high freq contrast) B → HLG (A B curve) → adjust brightness, contrast (A B curves) → blend (A B darken) → increase chroma → sharpen (LoG) → resize

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My take on 214.

1. PhotoFlow → HL mode (blend) → AMaZE → linear Rec2020 (no clipping) → 32f
2. gmic → crop (1.5) → sharpen (high freq contrast) → blend (retinex, hlg) → adjust brightness, contrast (curves) → increase chroma (C curve) → sharpen (LoG) → resize

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My take on 323. The aim was to brighten up the whole scene so that you could see everything clearly. This is dedicated to those who have questioned why I don’t convert to sRGB. Well, here you go! :stuck_out_tongue_closed_eyes:

1. PhotoFlow → HL mode (blend) → AMaZE → linear sRGB (no clipping) → 32f
2. gmic → filter pixels → crop (1.5) → sharpen (high freq contrast) → blend (retinex, hlg) → adjust brightness, contrast (curves, hlg variant) → reduce chroma (C curve) → sharpen (LoG) → resize

Zoom 100% and enjoy!

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Here’s my contribution with darktable 2.60
Oups, thanks heckfloss ^^ update
P1000196.RW2.xmp (5,8 Ko)

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Need to clean my desk now, because the seawater flooded it from the right of your picture :wink:

@heckflosse I am taking that as a compliment. Are you sure it isn’t your tears of joy?! :joy::sob:

Now, I fully expect you to wax poetic on those threads on creativity and photography. :wink:

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Thank you ^^