Digital Camera World (April 2003)

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Alternatively, use a little fill-in flash to illuminate the subject, exposing generally for the background. CONTROL THE SKY 9 Use graduated neutral density filters to darken parts of a plain sky. These work by reducing the amount of light in a stepless progression across the image from zero to the maximum density of the filter, which will be calibrated in stops – for example, a one or two stop filter. Beware that they can affect the silhouette, too, if not used with care. Getup&go... 6 Follow North Yorkshire’s monastic trail North Yorkshire is full of magnificent ruined abbeys, and they’re all in fabulous locations for great photographs TAKEN FROM ROAD MAP 4 21 2 1 RIEVAULX ABBEY WHAT IS IT?

STEAM TRAINS We travel to Gwynedd in North Wales for a bit of train spotting! Chorus of frogs Feeling fit? Then climb the 199 steps to this spectacular Yorkshire ruin WILDLIFE Laurie Campbell heads for his garden pond to picture amphibious breeding habits he evening frog chorus is a sure sign that spring is here, and frogs and toads are emerging from their winter hibernation to set about breeding. Once a familiar sight, these vocal amphibians have decreased in numbers considerably in recent years, due to changes in land usage.

The Lightbox is an overly simplistic integrated cataloguing program that enables you to view all of your images and select those for processing. Silverfast offers extensive batch processing modes, in which you can perform identical processes on multiple images. Better yet, you can create sub-processes within a batch, and apply that to all or some of the images in the batch. For instance, you may wish to auto-adjust the gamma for every image, but only run a particular filter over those images that are larger than a specific size.

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