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Help in covering Bergen, Norway

Wed, 19 Jul 2017 14:31:31 GMT

Hi friends, I am trying to cover the best part of Europe. I will be visiting Bergen next and would like your help in getting to know the hidden gems. Please help me cover Bergen the best way possible. Also you can support and follow me at -snip- Cheers, Hitesh Moderator comment: please see Forum Rules ... [Posted by Hiteshsahoo - Jul 19, 06:31]



Your favoured photo editing software?

Tue, 04 Jul 2017 10:09:12 GMT

Hi everyone, I just wanted to start a discussion on this because I'm considering taking travel photography a little more seriously. Not professionally - more just for my own enjoyment. I'm reasonably adept behind the lens, but I don't have much experience of editing photos. I'm not looking to do anything too crazy, basically just enhance the finish of my images with some light post-production. Of course, I'm aware of photoshop, but I was wondering what software you all use and ... [Posted by lilliputian - Jul 04, 02:09]



When does editing become "cheating"?

Mon, 03 Jul 2017 16:59:19 GMT

I'm interested in hearing different views and perspectives on the above. Personally I see nothing wrong with some judicious post-production - the fact that we can do it digitally these days rather than manipulating things in the darkroom makes no difference. I don't think many people would object to a bit of straightening, cropping, maybe tweaking the exposure - would they? Beyond that I've been known to pep up the colours slightly, increase contrast and so on. Still no objections, I ... [Posted by ToonSarah - Jul 03, 08:59]



Travel photography

Tue, 06 Jun 2017 14:07:00 GMT

Part of the joy of traveling is taking photos. I find it helps train the eye to better see things. I'm always looking. Over the past couple of days I've been reviewing thousands of photos taken by others for featuring on Travellerspoint. Many of the images are fabulous. If there is one suggestion that I could make: Disable the camera feature that "burns" the date and/or place on each photo. It's sort of like graffiti. It defaces the image. Can't remember ... [Posted by berner256 - Jun 06, 06:07]