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  1. #1221
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    Well, don't point your cameras directly to the sun! That would help .

    Star effect can be achieved by decreasing your aperture (higher F number) - in that case, the number of arms shows the F number .

  2. #1222
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    http://tinypic.com/player.php?v=29o029j&s=3

    Look at this video please, this also happens?

    And this photo, even when the sun is almost gone still here the same annoing flare

  3. #1223
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    Again, it's normal. I'm not sure about the black bands in the video though
    And one recommendation - filters, especially these without antiglare coating, could even worsen the lens flare.

    One springtime photo...

  4. #1224
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  5. #1225
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    Springgggggg




  6. #1226
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    Some today's pics...

    One bee.




    My first panorama attempt, 3 photos connected.
    Last edited by peggy; 01-02-2009 at 02:23 AM.

  7. #1227
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    Actually quite nice here today and the weather guys say we could break 70f before the end of the week! In celebration I went down to see how the local wildlife was enjoying the day.

    Landscape mode
    ISO 100
    F6.4
    1/60 sec
    Cir polarizer
    WB Fine
    Adjusted curves
    USM
    Neat image
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    Last edited by P_Schneider; 04-14-2008 at 01:14 PM.
    Paul
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    Fuji S6000fd - R.I.P.
    Fuji HS20 EXR - Current

  8. #1228
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  9. #1229
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    Quote Originally Posted by thunderchase View Post
    Fantastic photo, particulary the colors of water...
    Ya the polarizer really brings out the blue, well worth the investment. Here is a 100% crop. Not as clear as I like but both the bird and I were moving so not too bad all things considered.

    Manual mode
    F4.5
    1/200 sec
    ISO 100

    100% crop
    levels
    USM
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    Paul
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    Fuji HS20 EXR - Current

  10. #1230
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    This is how a +4D close-up filter (Hoya HMC 58 mm) works on the S6500fd. No cropping.


    EDIT: and one more...
    Last edited by peggy; 01-02-2009 at 02:24 AM.

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