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Bowl of Balls by Betty Drinkut

August 2019 - Bowl of Balls

August 2019 - Betty Drinkut

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About the Image(s)

This was a bowl of balls in the hotel lobby at the National Stereoscopic Association 3D convention. I used my Fuji on a monopod. Processing was with SPM530e (with new color adjustments) and Infranview (photo processing program).


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7 comments posted

Nick Muskovac   Nick Muskovac
I like the way that the bowl is in front of the window. Good depth of field. Where can I see the Infranview Software?
  Posted: 08/15/2019 20:00:33
Betty Drinkut   Betty Drinkut
https://www.irfanview.com/   Posted: 08/17/2019 15:35:58

David Allen   David Allen
Interesting how the dish and balls come out of the window. The balls are tight there and I could pick one up. Even the table must come out, but there is not much detail on the table to indicate the location of the table. Wish I had gone to NSA.   Posted: 08/16/2019 12:56:46

Dr V G Mohanan Nair   Dr V G Mohanan Nair
Nice image. The image has good stereo effect and I liked the way bowl coming out of the window. The background is a little brighter, I think this can be darkened in photoshop.   Posted: 08/17/2019 12:29:51

Betty Drinkut   Betty Drinkut
Thanks for the comments; I don't have photoshop. I feel it is too expensive and now with the subscription thing I don't like the monthly fee. I did hear at NSA 3D Con that you can get photoshop one month at a time so I may try it BUT I think the learning curve is steep.   Posted: 08/17/2019 15:47:20

Signe Emmerich   Signe Emmerich
I agree that the background, unfortunately, is on the bright side and, to me, it is distracting. Sometimes its good to scope out other angles of the subject to find the least distracting background. The bowl with the balls is very nice and being placed on the black counter makes it appear like it is floating.   Posted: 08/18/2019 01:14:58

Steve Wessing   Steve Wessing
What makes the window violation disappear, are the reflections of the lights behind it. The reflections create a false window at the table surface. The glow of the background is bright, but it isn't really distracting to me.   Posted: 08/22/2019 13:47:36