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Location: Tacoma WA US
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Puget Sound Chapter Centurylink Field Shoot October 28, 2012
· Date: Wed 31-October-2012 · Views: 655 · Filesize: 142.7KB, 739.7KB · Dimensions: 1280 x 854 ·
Keywords: stadium, football, Centurylink
Camera: D800e
Lens & Filters: 18mm f/2.8D Nikkor
ISO: 3200
Aperture: f/2.8
Shutter speed: 1/160
Location: Seattle
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Captain Rich


Location: Savannah GA US
Posts: 1,284
Tue 06-November-2012 07:40

Hey Mick,


Don't know how much work you did in post on this, but I'm blown away at the incredibly smooth tonality! Great stuff that D800!


Rich
mklass

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Location: Tacoma WA US
Posts: 9,482
Thu 08-November-2012 08:17

Actually, not much work at all.


Shot with WB on Auto1, ADL Low and a variation of Standard Picture Control with Sharpening set to 6 and contrast to +1. Also had Distortion Correction turned on in camera, but I don't know if the 18mm is in the database for this.


In post, using Capture NX, applied global Better Quality 2012 Noise Reduction at 64 Intensity and 41 Sharpness.


Sharpened with USM: I-30, R-4, T-1


That's it.