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  1. #1906

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    Re: The Disneyland Photo of the Day...

    8-9-12
    Today's "Disneyland Photo Tip of the Day" is more of a test and result more than a tutorial because the desired results are a matter of personal preference and choice. For this one we try out Different Settings for Photographing Neon.

    With Cars Land being open and having such a plethora of things to photograph including my favorite thing, Neon, I was curious to figure out what the best settings were for photographing neon.

    I ran this test using the assumption that most people walking through Cars Land will be taking pictures hand held, without the use of a tripod and would need to know how to photograph the neon signs with a fast enough shutter speed to get a nice clean shot and not blow out the bright light of the sign.

    I was curious to see which aperture would give the cleanest look to the neon and then which exposure compensation would keep the exposure from being over blown. I have to admit that I was really surprised by the results. I had assumed that a large aperture would make the neon seem fuzzy and blown out, and that a small aperture would make it seem thinner and cleaner. I know that is how it works with Fireworks, so I thought neon would be the same. It wasn't!

    I used my 18-55mm Kit Lens and set the camera on a tripod so I could keep all the images lined up exactly the same and run the most precise test. I set the ISO at 100 and the Metering Mode on Spot Metering. I shot it at several different apertures beginning at F/4 and going all the way down to F/25.

    Aperture; F/4, Shutter Speed; 1/80th of a second.
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    F/8, 1/125
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    F/11, 1/13
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    F/16, 1/6th
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    As you can see, there wasn't much difference between each photo. However, the shutter speeds did change dramatically. Given the assumption that people are not going to be using a tripod, the faster the shutter speed the better, which means a larger aperture is required, unless you want to increase the ISO. Luckilly, I think that the one with the aperture of F/4 was the best looking image, so it is a win win situation.

    For the next step I set the aperture at F/4, kept the ISO at 100 and Spot Metering. Now I dropped the Exposure Compensation down in increments of 1/3rd stop to see where the cleanest, sharpest exposure would be.
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    F/4, EC -2/3, Speed 1/125
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    F/4, EC -1, Speed 1/160
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    F/4, EC -1 1/3, Speed 1/200
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    F/4, EC -1 2/3, Speed 1/250
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    Now the look of the neon is everyones personal choice of how they want it to appear. My preference is either -1/3rd or -2/3rds. I can't decide which I like better. For either of them, the shutter speed is plenty fast enough to take them handheld without worrying about it being blurry.

    I hope this gives you a little insight as to the different ways to photograph neon and how to achieve the look you prefer.

    Happy Snapping!
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    Re: The Disneyland Photo of the Day...

    Here's a touch of pretty for today.

    Cozy On Up... by Ring of Fire Hot Sauce 1, on Flickr
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    Re: The Disneyland Photo of the Day...

    Now I'm really itching to go take some shots of the neon- I love it, too!
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    Re: The Disneyland Photo of the Day...

    And speaking of tasty neon goodness, here's a little pretty for today.

    Tasty Neon Goodness... by Ring of Fire Hot Sauce 1, on Flickr
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    Re: The Disneyland Photo of the Day...

    Gorgeous!

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    Re: The Disneyland Photo of the Day...

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    Todayís ďDisneyland Photo Tip of the DayĒ is a little exposure tip Iíll call Overexpose For Effect. I saw a video by Matt Kloskowski from Photoshop that he called Shoot to the Right which gave me the idea to apply it to shooting at Disneyland or anywhere with flowing water for that matter.

    Matt called it ďShooting to the RightĒ referring to the right side of the histogram which is the side with the brighter parts of the exposure. Supposedly there is more digital information in the 30% to the far right of the histogram than in the other 70% to the left. Iím not sure if I believe that but in certain instances it can be better to bring detail out of the highlights than it is from the shadows.

    Personally and as Iíve said many times in previous articles I like to underexpose my photos by 1/3rd stop because it is easier to brighten up a photo than to fix a blown highlight.

    So letís put this idea into practice and see where it can apply.
    Letís say that it is a bright sunny day and you are taking a picture of a waterfall. You really want the photo to have the wispy white water that you would get with a long exposure photo but you donít have a neutral density filter and it is so bright that you canít get a shutter speed low enough to make it appear the way you want. You can drop the ISO as low as you can and make the aperture as small as possible but sometimes the light is just too bright to pull it off. If you are shooting in RAW, this is when you can try Overexposing the photo on purpose. By slowing down the shutter speed and overexposing it, the water will get the look you desire.

    I decided to try this out on the backside of Grizzly Peak and use the waterfalls on it as the example. It was a bright sunny day and the light was very bright. I set my ISO at 100 and the Aperture at F/22. The metering mode was set to Evaluative to meter the entire scene. The sky was really bright so it did leave the mountaina little dark in its attempt to equalize the exposure.
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    Then I raised the Exposure Compensation to +1. This gave me a shutter speed of 1/15th. The photo itself is overexposed but the slower speed is beginning to give the water that wispy look Iím after.
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    Next I raised the Exposure Compensation to +2 which slowed the shutter speed to 1/8th. Now it is really overexposed but I got the look I wanted in the water.
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    I opened the +2 image in the RAW photo editor in Photoshop Elements.
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    Here is what the Histogram looks like at the beginning. Notice how most of the information is to the right of the histogram and nothing is touching the left, darker side.
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    Now letís bring the Exposure down a bit and make some other edits to it.
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    Here are the edits I made, which included dropping the Exposure, increasing the Blacks, some Recovery to tone down the highlights, increasing the Contrast, Clarity and Saturation.
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    Now the histogram looks like this and is much more balanced.
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    This is what the image looks like now.
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    The mountain and the waterfalls look great but the sky is still a bit blown out. I took the 0 exposure image and edited the sky on that one, then layer masked it into the +2 image achieving this result.
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    This would actually work best if your composition didnít include the sky so you wouldnít have to go to the extra step that I did but it was my first time trying this and it only took a few extra minutes.

    Happy Snapping!
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    Re: The Disneyland Photo of the Day...

    I had a wonderful sunset the other night in DCA and was finally around Paradise Pier at the right time to take advantage of it.

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    Re: The Disneyland Photo of the Day...

    Wow! If the people weren't in this photo it would look like a totally surreal work of art! What an awesome pic!

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    I had a wonderful sunset the other night in DCA and was finally around Paradise Pier at the right time to take advantage of it.

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    Nice!
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    Re: The Disneyland Photo of the Day...

    Here's a fun and unique little bit o' pretty for today.
    I was laying flat on my back in front of Flo's V8 Cafe taking a picture of it when a lady with her little boy walked by. She was holding a Mickey balloon and I saw all the reflections of Flo's in it. I jumped up and asked her to let me take a picture of it. Her little boy really had to pee and was doing that "little boy who really has to pee dance". She was kind enough to hold it still for a moment while I fired off a few shots, then ran to the bathroom. My wife scolded me saying that I probably made him pee his pants but to me it was totally worth it!

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    Re: The Disneyland Photo of the Day...

    awesome shot there Ring, I am thinking we should make a thread and post a day like a Saturday or Sunday where all the photographers can meet and take pictures. I so could see one of us buying a Disney balloon and take turns holding it in certain area to get interesting photos lol

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    Wow- that reflection shot is amazing!
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    Re: The Disneyland Photo of the Day...

    Very cool!

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    Re: The Disneyland Photo of the Day...

    Quote Originally Posted by Hot Sauce 1 View Post
    Here's a fun and unique little bit o' pretty for today.
    I was laying flat on my back in front of Flo's V8 Cafe taking a picture of it when a lady with her little boy walked by. She was holding a Mickey balloon and I saw all the reflections of Flo's in it. I jumped up and asked her to let me take a picture of it. Her little boy really had to pee and was doing that "little boy who really has to pee dance". She was kind enough to hold it still for a moment while I fired off a few shots, then ran to the bathroom. My wife scolded me saying that I probably made him pee his pants but to me it was totally worth it!

    Reflected 8's by Ring of Fire Hot Sauce 1, on Flickr
    WOW, great picture. Just love all the reflections.

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    Re: The Disneyland Photo of the Day...

    Quote Originally Posted by timbre View Post
    I hope Hot Sauce 1 doesn't mind me starting a index of the posts. I will be updating this as I have time to bring it up to date and then updating the same post every time he puts up a new picture of the day.Without further ado....The Disneyland Photo of the Day Index:1. (7-16-2010) Photographing Mickey Mouse2. (7-17-2010) Tip #2 No Name3. (7-18-2010) A Magical Moment With Stitch4. (7-19-2010) HDR Photography5. (7-20-2010) Exposure Fusion (Itís a Small World)6. (7-21-2010) Exposure Fusion (Sleeping Beautyís Castle)7. (7-22-2010) Floral Paradise Pier8. (7-23-2010) Looking up at Hollywood Pictures Backlot Entrance9. (7-24-2010) Tomorrowland at Night10. (7-25-2010) HDR (Tomorrowland at Night)11. (7-26-2010) How do you decide to make a photo black and white12. (7-27-2010) Baby Ducks at Disneyland13. (7-28-2010) Fill Flash14. (7-29-2010) Malificentís Gaze and Skellngtonís Grin15. (7-30-2010) Pixie Hollow Water Show16. (7-31-2010) Letís go Shopping17. 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(12-7-2010) Metering Modes Discussion of the 4 common metering modes on most DSLR cameras.123. (12-10-2010) Haunted Mansion Holiday Dark ride series. Using apeture and ISO to get better pictures.124. (12-11-2010) Photographic Treasure Hunt Picking an object that appears throughout the park and locating all of them.125. (12-13-2010) Mickey Mouseís House in Toontown White Balance and Macro tips.126. (12/15/2010) Be the First Interesting tip by being inside the park right as it opens.127. (12/19/2010) Fireworks from Different Locations (It's a Small world)128. (12/20/2010) Point & Shoot Night Time Freedom Tips to getting better night shots with your Point & Shoot without using your flash or a tripod.129. (12/21/2010) Portrait Punch with Soft Light Photoshop Elements 9 post processing technique that gives your portraits a little more depth and impact.130. (12/24/2010) Backlit Blase Fixing a underexposed or overexposed picture.131. 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(1/11/2011) Fixing Underexposed and Overexposed Photos in Photoshop Elements (part 2) A continued look into the tools offered in Photoshop Elements to fix the constant shadows/sunlight in pictures in Disneyland.139. (1/12/2011) Using a Gradient Fill Layer to fix a dull hazy sky Turning those hazy washed out California skys into something beautiful.140. (1/14/2011) Room to Move Leaving space for an object to move in the frame.141. (1/15/2011) Rule of 3rds in 3D Using the Rule of 3rds and applying it to depth in the picture.142. (1/17/2011) Patterns Looking for patterns (an interesting way to view objects in the park)143. (1/19/2011) Drip & Flick Flower Photos How to make pictures of flowers stand out.144. (1/22/2011) Filters Using different filters on your DSLR and the results.145. (1/24/2011) Different Types of Light: Hard Light A series focusing on different types of light and how to best photograph a subject in them. Today Hard Light.146. (1/26/2011) Different Types of Light: Window Light Taking a look at how to use Window Light.147. (1/27/2011) Different Types of Light: Side Light How to highlight an picture using Side Light.148. (1/28/2011) Street Photography Capturing the candid moments in the world around you.149. (1/31/2011) Different Types of Light: Dappled Light How to work with the ever changing shadows and shapes of Dappled Light.150. (2/1/2011) Look for More than You are Given Taking time to look at something from a different angle.151. (2/5/2011) Advanced Post Processing Using advanced post processing techniques to merge multiple photos and create new effects.152. (2/9/2011) Processing HDR images (part 1) Step by step guide to processing HDR images (part 1).153. (2/10/2011) Processing HDR images (part 2) Step by step guide to processing HDR images (part 2).154. (2/14/2011) Simplify, Simplify, Simplify Telling a story using a single frame.155. (2/15/2011) The Magic, The Memories, and You Show Tips for taking good pictures of the special shows that Disney presents.156. (2/18/2011) Overcoming Obstacles How to creativly shoot around things in the way of the picture.157. (2/21/2011) Family Portrait Tutorial Cool and unique places to get good pictures.158. (2/23/2011) World of Color Reflected Blend Using Post Processing to achieve desired results.159. (2/25/2011) Firework viewing locations in Disneyland Where are the best spots in the park for viewing the Firework shows.160. (2/28/2011) Anticipate the Moment Catching that special shot.161. (3/2/2011) Top Ten Things you need to Know about your Camera Some important tips to produce better pictures.162. (3/4/2011) Top Ten Things you need to Know about Your Camera (part 2) Looking at the remaining things that are important to taking a good picture.163. (3/8/2011) Enhancing Specific Colors Using Photoshop to make the colors in a picture "POP"164. (3/10/2011) Field of View Understanding what Field of View is and how your camera takes a picture.165. (3/12/2011) Shines a Spot Light on Faces in Shadows Using post processing to remove shadows in unwanted areas.166. (3/14/2011) Exposure Compensation Understand Exposure Compensation and how to use it.167. (3/16/2011) Aladdin A front row seat to a musical spectatular.168. (3/18/2011) Leaving Room for Creativity Leaving room to add creative touches in photos in post processing.169. (3/21/2011) Finding Your Own Photographic Voice Each person needs to find what excites them about photography and work on those strengths.170. (3/24/2011) Photographerís Widow Difficulties a couple or family can face at Disneyland when one person is a photo enthusiast and the others are not.171. (3/28/2011) Never Delete old RAW files. Save all your old pictures. You might find insperation in one of them one day.172. (3/31/2011) Photographic Impressionism Bluring the line between photography and art.173. (4/2/2011) Night SnapshotOne of the top 5 things you need to know about your camera.174. (4/4/2011) Family pictures in front of the floral Mickey Taking a step to the left or right to get a better picture.175. (4/6/2011) Astro Orbiter DifferenceProcessing tutorial for a photo of the Astro Orbiter.176. (4/8/2011) Auto focus pointsGetting tack sharp focus using auto focus points.177. (4/16/2011) Auto exposure lockOne of the little known tools on a DSLR178. (4/18/2011) The definitive dark ride tip (Pirates)Unlocking the final piece to the puzzle of dark ride photography.179. (4/20/2011) The definitive dark ride top (Haunted Mansion))Unlocking the final piece to the puzzle of dark ride photography.180. (4/22/2011) The definitive dark ride top (Winnie the Pooh))Unlocking the final piece to the puzzle of dark ride photography.181. (4/25/2011) Non Linear ThinkingStepping aside from the normal shot to see things from a different perspective.182. (4/27/2011) Embrace a different vision. Seeing things in a new light and letting that light lead you down a new path.183. (4/29/2011) Photoshop Plugins Taking a look at the Virtual Photographer plugin.184. (5/2/2011) Daytime Flash When to make use of flash during daytime shots.185. (5/6/2011) Fantasmic A Journey into Mickey's nighttime spetacular.186. (5/9/2011) The Importance of Seeing Eye to Eye Exploring why it is important to get on eye level with your subject.187. (5/11/2011) Converting Images to Black & White How to select and process images to black and white.188. (5/16/2011) Tilt Shift Photographs Using Photoscape to mimic the results of a Tilt Shift Lens.189. (5/18/2011) The Iliad The story behind a epic photo.190. (5/23/2011) Photomatrix 4191. (5/25/2011) Review of www.easycanvasprints.com A follow up on post #189 with a review of a site sponsor.192. (5/31/2011) Mickey's Soundsational Parade A look at some tips on photographing the new parade.193. (6/01/2011) Little Mermaid Ariels' Undersea Adventure A photo tour of the a soft opening of the new DCA ride.194. (6/06/2011) Splash Mountain Taking a camera on a (very) wet ride.This is not one of HotSauce1's posts but I think it is an important lesson that needs to be earmarked.How to properly print a picture.195. (6/09/2011) Waterfalls of the Disneyland Resort Techniques for photographing different waterfalls inside the resort (Long exposure water shots).196. (6/10/2011) Teacups Capture the moment when we are having fun.197. (6/13/2011) Panning Following a moving object with your camera.198. (6/15/2011) Shutter Speed = Focal Length Explaining the rule of Shutter Speet = Focal Length for clear sharp pictures.199. (6/17/2011) Difference Layer Mode in PSE Expanding of previous discussion of how to keep certain effects and remove others using Difference Layers.200. (6/20/2011) Ripples Using a free plugin with PSE to create water effects.201. (6/26/2011) How to get the most out of your Point and Shoot Guest Poster SwinginOnAStar202. (6/27/2011) How to get the most out of your Point and Shoot (part 2) A continuation of the previous post.203. (6/30/2011) Portrait Professional A look at the Portrait Professional software.203. (7/01/2011) Dark Sky Three techniques for enhancing the dull sky.204. (7/08/2011) Flag Retreat Ceremony A look at the special Flag Retreat Ceremony on July 4th.205. (7/12/2011) Equipment Tips A couple of handy items to have in your camera bag.206. (7/19/2011) Exposure Layering How to use exposure layering to fix a photo that isn't perfect.207. (7/22/2011) Negative Space A look at the outer regions of our photos.208. (7/26/2011) Paradise Beach209. (7/29/2011) Mickey's Soundsational Parade New Location and Tips.210. (8/2/2011) Creating a HDR image out of a single exposure photo211. (8/9/2011) Brightening up a specific area of a photo.212. (8/12/2011) Screen Layer mode and a Layer Mask in Photoshop213. (8/162011) A revisit to Panning.214. (8/19/2011) Blur caused by waving hands.


    Hey, can anyone help me with how I can add an update to the photo tips index. I thought I had written the appropriate code for about 50 more tip links but it appears I have not done so correctly. What is needed to insert a link to the other tips in here? FOrgive me as it has been a long time since I had played with HTML.

    Here is an example of what I had thought would be correct.

    <span style="font-family: Calibri"><font size="3"><a href="The Disneyland Photo of the Day...; target="_blank">215. (8-23-2011) Dodge & Burn Tools in Photoshop Elements</a></font></span>


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