Thanks It depends on the filter you are using. Here gradual blue filter gave the blueish color to water and gradual orange gave the orange color to the sky. Otherwise everything would look white as the color of fog
I understand your idea behind it, but there is always something you should/can advance on the photo. You don't capture the exact reality with your camera, which you see with your eyes. You need to edit your photo in most cases to get a closer image to what you saw. At least i always see some adjustment which makes the photo better or more real, depending on what i want to get
I'm always after the skills of wielding that DSLR~~~ as much as what I can muster, and so far, I haven't edited a photo I took, yet.
again we go back to the question of whether the DSLR can handle itself well on its own, without any form of editing... I mean, juz imagine that you bought this piece of photography equipment to use it to its full potential~~~
still, I don't imply here that you shouldn't, or this isn't good coz you edited it, juz that I'm thinking of the DSLR being able to capture this well without any form of editing. I mean, yeah you get what I mean~~^^
nonetheless, you've captured this well, and enhanced it thoroughly ofc~~~ ^^
I get what you mean Besides it is also different what you see on your DSLRs LCD than what you see on your computers screen. And with software you have many more varieties to edit than your camera. But of course for every editing you sacrifice more or less of quality, the less you have to edit the less you get loss of quality.
well, yeah... -_- the LCDs are cheating ya you know~~ Hmmm...wonder if a high-level DSLR's LCDs won't do this kinda.
but still, with our current entry-level of DSLRs (your EOS 1100D and my D3100) this LCD can be quite a problem--- I mean it was shocking when I first observed it coz I thought I've managed some really good shots.
A high level slrs screen may be of better quality and bigger but still it will be too small to get an accurate opinion about your shot. You will still have to zoom in for most of the cases. But i can't afford to buy such a camera anyway