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  1. #1
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    Yellow Booost ?? On d750?

    Yellow Booost ?? On d750?
    As an attempt to get more "punch" in my dull pre spriing photos I applied that Yellow Boost filter in Photoshop

    Now, that spring is all over us, should I continue to use it?

    My d750 gives sooo nice photos out of the box, maybe I shouldnt add any fancy filters?
    This farmhouse is with yellow boost;
    Yellow Booost ?? On d750?-_dsc3698-copy.jpg

    And this, taken just three days ago, also with yellow boost,

    Yellow Booost ?? On d750?-_dsc3713-copy.jpg

    Lastly, any comments on sharpening, --- do I add to much "smart sharpen filter"

    Greetings from Norway!


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    Re: Yellow Booost ?? On d750?

    How about the same picture with and without yellow boost so we can judge the difference.
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    Re: Yellow Booost ?? On d750?

    Yellow Booost ?? On d750?
    Straight out of d750;

    Yellow Booost ?? On d750?-_dsc3698244-copy.jpg

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    Re: Yellow Booost ?? On d750?

    Quote Originally Posted by Borga Voffe View Post
    As an attempt to get more "punch" in my dull pre spriing photos I applied that Yellow Boost filter in Photoshop

    Now, that spring is all over us, should I continue to use it?

    Lastly, any comments on sharpening, --- do I add to much "smart sharpen filter"

    Greetings from Norway!
    I'm not really sure what you mean by a "Yellow Boost" filter but, that aside, color correction and color balance is a matter of personal taste and a tool for creating the sort of mood you want from a photo. What you're trying to say with your photo should be your guide for how you adjust color. My personal method is to first correct color and then adjust it artistically. You don't have to it that way but to me it just makes sense to work artistically from a foundation of clean, accurate color to begin with.

    As for the degree of sharpening it's pretty much impossible to tell from such small examples. When sharpening, you might find it helpful to copy the background layer (Ctrl+J), do your sharpening ON that New Layer and then adjust the opacity of the New Layer to suit you.
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    Re: Yellow Booost ?? On d750?

    The filtering you did, IMO does make the pic look like a nicer sunnier day , and so If you're trying for that look, your method succeeded.
    For sharpening in PS I liked 'unsharp mask' best , I felt it gave the most control,
    ( you can use it in either large radius with small intensity ,, Or large intensity over a smaller radius, which gives a totally different appearance.)
    Just opinion

  6. #6
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    Re: Yellow Booost ?? On d750?

    Yes, the color is less dull looking with the boost. Looks good to me.
    "You doesn't have to call me Dawg Pics. You can call me Carolyn or you can call me Sue or you can call me Suzie or you can call me Suzie-Q or you can call me Carol or you can call me Carolyn Sue, but you doesn't have to call me Dawg Pics.

    "Remember to gaze up at the night sky because there is a little bit of the cosmos in each of us."

    Um yeahhhh, I shoot a lot of pics of my dogs.
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  7. #7
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    Re: Yellow Booost ?? On d750?

    Yes, I agree the yellow boost filter improves the final result, but that is a very personal call. The call is based on the story you want your picture to tell.
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    Re: Yellow Booost ?? On d750?

    Where in the heck is the yellow boost filter? Paul
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    Re: Yellow Booost ?? On d750?

    Quote Originally Posted by tea2085 View Post
    Where in the heck is the yellow boost filter? Paul
    I think he's referring to a "Photo Filter" adjustment layer:
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    Yellow Booost ?? On d750?-filters.jpg
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    Re: Yellow Booost ?? On d750?

    Wouldn't a color filter affect the whites, which still look very white?
    Yellow channel in the hue/saturation maybe? (Scratches head.). I guess that would just affect yellow, huh? (Scratches head some more.)

    A@Borga Voffe. Please tell us what you did. Inquiring minds want to know.
    Last edited by Dawg Pics; 05-19-2017 at 04:20 AM.
    "You doesn't have to call me Dawg Pics. You can call me Carolyn or you can call me Sue or you can call me Suzie or you can call me Suzie-Q or you can call me Carol or you can call me Carolyn Sue, but you doesn't have to call me Dawg Pics.

    "Remember to gaze up at the night sky because there is a little bit of the cosmos in each of us."

    Um yeahhhh, I shoot a lot of pics of my dogs.
    D500 (DOB 05/26/17), D300, D80, SB-800





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