tfttf561 – Topiary

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Jose wants to know why you cant set many smaller cameras to the AdobeRGB color space and Rachel has trouble taking good pictures of Topiaries.

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  • Ryan Wilson

    On shooting topiary, I would try using a circular polarizing filter.  Topiary tends to be done with plants that have small, shiny leaves.  A polarizing filter could cut some of the glare off those leaves, effectively compressing the tonal range in the scene.  It may just allow you to bring a little more out of the shadows by increasing the exposure just slightly, shy of blowing out the highlights.  

  • http://chrismarquardt.com/ chrismarquardt

    Great idea, thanks!