Beautiful house next to the wood in Ingatestone UK, very Nice and Quiet place to stay, I was walking to the Ingatestone train station with my Nikon D90 and Nikon 18-300mm lens, the house was about 1 mile away.
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I am in my way to London for a summer Vacation, I will post some photos from there. Here is what i will take with me, MyBag: National Geographic NG 2345 Midi Shoulder bag.
[:~:] Waht’s in my Bag [:~:]
[:-:] Nikon D90.
[:-:] Nikon 18-300mm VR .
[:-:] Nikon 35mm f/1.8
[:-:] Sony T100.
[:-:] Promote GPS Receiver GPS-N-90.
[:-:] Nikon ML-L3 Wireless Remote Control.
[:-:] Shutter Release Cord for the Nikon
[:-:] Backup battery.
[:-:] Toshiba NB305 NetBook.
[:-:] Samsung Tab 7.7.
Last week I been to Kuwait for one week Course, I will post some photos from my visit; I used my Sony T100 camera.
Marina Mall is one of Shopping Malls located on the Arabian Gulf ST, on the sea; two floors the second one is for restaurants, were the first one contain a lots of brands.
This is the first photo..
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Here are a bunch of Little White Flowers in a garden in UK, from 2010 trip. I just add some Green Adobe LightRoom Preset effect to give the photo more lights and green feel.. You can download My ‘More Green Color‘ preset file from the download section .. Click Here.
To download and use some of my Adobe LightRoom2 Preset Click Here..
I used My Sony T100 camera.
This is one of my London Trip 2010 photos, i come up with +3500 photos, i used my D90 with Nikon 35mm and Nikon 70-300mm VR.
Taken on 2010/07/05 23:41:06
Exposure: 0.025s (1/40)
Focal Length: 35.00mm
ISO Speed: ISO200
Exposure Bias: 0.67 EV
I take this image in Mountnessing, Brentwood, Essex to see it on Google map Click Here
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Another photo from Austria 1998, it is a flower clock in Stadtpark. [Click the image to enlarge]
Click for more detail on ‘Convert Negative to JPG project‘.
This is one of the photos come out from ‘Negative to JPG project’, Austria trip in 1998, I think this is Stadtpark not sure. [Click the image to enlarge]
Film camera, Austria-1998, the negatives converted to JPG in 2010.
We all have lots of old file camera Negatives lots of them are for impotent occasions, we may want to digitalize them for more secure saving or using them in ‘Digital Photo Frame’.
I will list down three ways to Digitalize your Negatives:
1. Take your old Negatives to photo store and they will do the job. simple/straight/fast and quality.
2. Buy a new scanner with Negatives adapter.
3. Do it @ home without scanner. How to?? read this article..
To Convert the old film Negative to JPG Files you need..
- Digital camera with macro lens.
- Home-made Negatives holder.
- Speed light, or any other light source.’Florescent/White‘
- Photoshop application, or any pro. Photo Editor Software.
My Studio and what been used..
- Nikon D90.
- Nikon 105mm VR Macro lens.
- Nikon SB900 speedlight.
- My old Negatives.
- Home-Made Negatives Holder.
[o] First photo to describe How to create the Negatives Holder..
- White paper size (A):12.5cm x 10.5cm (H*W)
- Another white/transparent paper size (B): 12cm x 8cm (H*W)
- Adhesive Tape.
- Scissors and/or Razor blade.
Now you are ready, slide the Negatives between the tow papers (A & B) adjust the focus and take the shot. [You Must NOT Change the position of the camera, Negative holder or the flash during the session] Here is the results..
Open the Photoshop or any photo editor software (this demo for photoshop)
Menu–> Image –> Adjustment –> Invert (Or Ctrl + I)
Do some more Adjustment for:
[o] Color Balance as shown:
Menu–> Image –> Adjustment –> Color Balance
Tone Balance: Shadows
Color Levels: +100, 0, 0
Tone Balance: Midtones
Color Levels: +100, -1, 0
Tone Balance: Highlight
Color Levels: +56, +15, -21
Menu–> Image –> Adjustment –> Brightness/Contrast
Brightness : -10
I fond that the above setting and the numbers will vary if we move any part of the studio, so the settings are suite for me you have to do some changes to come up with your levels of colors/Brightness/Contrast.
Write down the setting then create an Action (in Photoshop) to apply the setting to a photo, put all the Negatives in a folder (copy of them) then (from photoshop): File –> Automate –> batch and select the folder and the action you just create, click OK. DONE!