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rubberduck
08-08-2004, 12:46 PM
Hello

I was looking for a site only for fhotos taken with the FZ10 but didnt find any is there such a thing :confused:

my friend is teasing me saying "this camera fhotos are not good enough,show me some good ones if you cand find any :mad: "

comeon pepole help me make him eat his hat :D

thanks on advance to all of you

judge9847
08-08-2004, 01:00 PM
Try PBase (http://www.pbase.com/cameras/panasonic/dmc_fz10)

There are thousands of photos taken by FZ10 users there. Depending on the photographers intentions and abilities, you'll see plenty there that I'm absolutely sure you'll like.

Don't forget though that you'll get the complete range of photography there from snapshots through to the more serious stuff. Have a stroll through and enjoy! :)

John_Reed
08-08-2004, 02:40 PM
Hello

I was looking for a site only for fhotos taken with the FZ10 but didnt find any is there such a thing :confused:

my friend is teasing me saying "this camera fhotos are not good enough,show me some good ones if you cand find any :mad: "

comeon pepole help me make him eat his hat :D

thanks on advance to all of youTry FZ-Club (http://www.fz-club.com/), which is just getting off the ground. There are a whole bunch of good FZ10 photos over at dpreview's "Panasonic Talk" (http://www.dpreview.com/forums/forum.asp?forum=1033) forum. There are even a few there by me, but look particularly for the posts of someone named "sdwsp," I think, who has a great running documentary of the American West (the Great Basin in particular).

judge9847
08-08-2004, 06:00 PM
John - Special thanks for those two addresses. I didn't know about the FZ10 club at all so that's a big bonus and I've registered there already! Great stuff and I'm looking forward to seeing it develop. (That's not a pun ;) )

I know this is somewhat "off thread" but I looked at the dpreview (a great site I think) page and I've got to say I was really impressed with photos you posted there. I was interested in your comment to one subscriber about the CA reducer plugin: which one is it that you use because, given the right conditions of sharp contrast, my FZ10 does sometimes produce purple banding. I'm trying to figure out exactly when it is but it's proving very difficult because it doesn't appear to be consistent. Anyway, there are times when I'd like to get rid of it so the plugin would be a "must have" on my list.

Again, thanks for the tips.

John_Reed
08-08-2004, 10:06 PM
I was interested in your comment to one subscriber about the CA reducer plugin: which one is it that you use because, given the right conditions of sharp contrast, my FZ10 does sometimes produce purple banding. I'm trying to figure out exactly when it is but it's proving very difficult because it doesn't appear to be consistent. Anyway, there are times when I'd like to get rid of it so the plugin would be a "must have" on my list.Bob, this plugin does an amazing job, and it's very easy to use, both for "purple fringing" (or banding) and for other CA aberrations of different colors as well, Shay Stephens (http://www.shaystephens.com/ca-ps.asp) is the place. I'm glad you liked my photos, and thanks for the kind comments!