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Chris3D

Member Since 19 Jun 2004
Offline Last Active Apr 09 2009 09:00 AM
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In Topic: Oly C-5050 contrast

02 August 2004 - 11:34 AM

Hi Starbuck, sorry for the delay in responding. The Atlas is off the coast of North Carolina. You can see it's location and read more about it here:
www.ncwreckdiving.com/NCWrecks

The sand tigers were great - we could swim up to within 4 feet of them and they'd just ignore us. And if we sat still, they'd swim by within 2 to 3 feet. You can see more photos from the trip and a video of the sharks on the Atlas in the gallery section of www.regionalscuba.com

Thanks,
-Chris

In Topic: Oly C-5050 contrast

04 July 2004 - 10:19 PM

Your pictures look great, Michael. Thanks for the advice everyone, the Microdrive worked great, and saving in RAW format does preserve a lot of detail. I just got back and am reasonably pleased with the results (considering I'm very new to underwater photography in general). Here's one of my favorites, a sand tiger on the wreck of the Atlas (there were TONS of them).

Next year I have get a bigger strobe (I'm using a Sea and Sea YS 90DX, controlled by Matthias Heinrichs's TTL adapter).

In Topic: Oly C-5050 contrast

22 June 2004 - 10:10 PM

Anyone? Surly someone must have some experience with this camera...

In Topic: Hi, first try on the OLY C5060WZ

20 June 2004 - 12:25 PM

For what it's worth, if you can find an image taken with a flash of the same fish in the same setting (or something you know to be similar), you can match the color fairly well using Photoshop. It may not be completely accurate, but it's better than nothing.

Just open both images (your photo and the one you'll be matching), select your image and go Image>Adjustments>Match Color... Under "Source", select the flash image and it'll do it's magic.

This took about 15 seconds...