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  1. Thread: s5 Pics too dark

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    Hi Use "exposure compensation" feature to...

    Hi
    Use "exposure compensation" feature to brighten the image (not sure whether Canon named it exactly this way). Push the slider towards "+" mark. This MUST help.
    It may seem a difficult and...
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    I agree with eminence. The second photo looks...

    I agree with eminence. The second photo looks sharper. In my opinion it's not only DOF. The second camera has sharper right (farther) side, for instance Kodak labels. But it has also a bit sharper...
  3. Thread: Lithium Ion or AA

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    Hi In my opinion good AA rechargeables with a...

    Hi
    In my opinion good AA rechargeables with a good camera are better than Li-ion.
    I have Finepix F10 that uses Li ion. I can make more than 400 photos on one charge, so usually I needn't a...
  4. Hi First of all I must agree, $40 is certainly...

    Hi
    First of all I must agree, $40 is certainly too expensive for a 1G SD card. You can buy a good 2GB for less than $40.
    Or a speedy 1GB card for about $20-25.
    Or a basic 1GB, good brand (for...
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    Hi Saving in jpeg willl ALWAYS cause loss in...

    Hi
    Saving in jpeg willl ALWAYS cause loss in quality. Whether it's a big loss or small, it depends on your judgement. Generally you should find no visible quality loss when output file size averages...
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    In maximum short: - bring a lot of light ;) -...

    In maximum short:
    - bring a lot of light ;)
    - don't use flash lamp, so that you would be able to control lighting.
    - set low ISO value manually (64, 80 or 100)
    - put your camera on something...
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    In analog photography sensitivity is also called...

    In analog photography sensitivity is also called "film speed".
    Film speed is used in the exposure equation to find the appropriate exposure parameters. Four variables are available to the...
  8. Thread: Sunsets!

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    Sticky: Very hot. regards

    Very hot.
    regards
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    Hi My first feeling: every time number two. ...

    Hi
    My first feeling: every time number two.

    If I have to put a comment:
    "Fall", "Sentinel": are ment to be in yellow cast?
    "Standing sentinel": I would add a bit of additional light.
    "Rail":...
  10. Thread: 2 Questions

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    Here ...

    Here is a short explanation "how to do it step by step" (at the bottom of the page). Sorry that it is for gimp, not photoshop, but there's a lot of analogy. You can eventually try this.

    And, you...
  11. Thread: 2 Questions

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    Hi I don't use photoshop. But in general unsharp...

    Hi
    I don't use photoshop. But in general unsharp mask is a specific method of sharpening, an algorithm copied from analogue photography, when they could manipulate only by copying, reverting and...
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    Sticky: Adam, these colours are superb. Especially the...

    Adam, these colours are superb. Especially the blue-lemon photo - really catching.
    regards
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    Hi Bajie In similar situations I miss...

    Hi Bajie
    In similar situations I miss "bracketing" function in the camera :(
    If I was you, I would underexpose the photo to preserve water. You can do nothing with overexposed highlights. But if...
  14. Hi I suspect the noise in gray areas may be...

    Hi
    I suspect the noise in gray areas may be visible on 4x6 print, if you look carefully. As far as I see, this is an ISO1600 photo, so this is not unusual.

    I suggest to make a print of original...
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    Have you tried to transfer photos again? For...

    Have you tried to transfer photos again? For instance, thru the camera?
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    I'm not in the industry, but I am pretty sure...

    I'm not in the industry, but I am pretty sure cameras resize photos from full-size sensor. Cropping would require a different lens, wouldn't it?
    For instance 640x480 from 4000x3000 - do you...
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    Hi Maybe there are simply 2 different sensors?...

    Hi
    Maybe there are simply 2 different sensors?
    But if there are the same sensors (hipotetically), the less megapixel camera would use part of the larger sensor (they write diagonal 1/2,5" vs...
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    Yes, the higher resolution you set, the more...

    Yes, the higher resolution you set, the more details you catch. In general I also suggest the highest resolution and best quality (eventually "Fine").
    But in case you wouldn't care about details,...
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    Hi What do your photos look like on your...

    Hi
    What do your photos look like on your computer screen? Are they better than the prints? Put a link or upload an example.
    regards
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    Hi Additionally you may try the article "How to...

    Hi
    Additionally you may try the article "How to Take Action Shots"
    regards
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    Sticky: Hi there Here are some flowers of my last trip....

    Hi there
    Here are some flowers of my last trip. :)
    Regards
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    I agree with speaklightly. You do post editing...

    I agree with speaklightly.
    You do post editing to make your photos the way you want them to look. If they already meet your expectations, you need not additional process, I suppose:)
    I often...
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    Hi I don't know the most recent fujis. But as...

    Hi
    I don't know the most recent fujis. But as far as I know, these cameras tend to select high ISO values (about 800) even if it's not necesseary. So it is definitely not recommended to use auto...
  24. Thread: Noise

    by sla
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    Hi You wrote that you change ISO. But all three...

    Hi
    You wrote that you change ISO. But all three photos of yours are ISO400 ;)
    Maybe this is why you found them "noisy".

    Flash would't help with "distant" photos. It is said, that SD630's flash...
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    Looks like this is it...

    Looks like this is it?
    Over contrast can be controlled with "curves" function (like Alex said). You can also try to mix image layers or color channels in different ways... Or hue change.
    In Bruno...
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