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  1. #1771
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    Sorry Droopy.

    60mm macro, f/3.5...
    Last edited by michaelb; 07-28-2008 at 06:16 PM.
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  2. #1772
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    droopy that bw looks great...
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  3. #1773
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    Nick, I like that flower one. Very nice.
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  4. #1774
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nickcanada View Post
    I felt like posting something ..... nothing special.....

    You're too modest, I love the sunflower image Nick. That composition providing interest throughout the frame and the colours against deep blacks.

    Droopy that second cat and the colour version of the dog are fantastic.
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  5. #1775
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    a few from yesterday.

    Michael, you completely right on dynamic range, that problem i am facing when in mountains.

    i decided to do small PP and reload the images, as colour accuracy at default was also poor. actually this was a very interesting day with black clouds flying low and then suddenly sun shining through, surreal picture that i failed to capture as it seems. still that yellowish cast was coming more from sun than greens.

    the last photo, as already said is called: "My wife is turning her back on me & my camera"

    and the one before is my little helper kitty on the wheels.
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  6. #1776
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    love the leaning trees one. it makes me dizzy ! lol
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  7. #1777
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    Took a little break last week... spent the weekend in this beautiful new resort around an hours drive from the city. Lovely place, full of greenery and surrounded by hills

    #1 Our Cottoge


    #2 The Resort at Night


    #3 Yashu - In the front Lawn


    #4 Yashu - Inside the Cottage


    #5 Yashu -Blasting away on the ATV rides..

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    had I been below 70kilos, it would have been me behind him instead of the instructor

    #6 Colorful clouds at Sunset
    Last edited by Viky; 07-29-2008 at 05:45 AM.
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  8. #1778
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    Viky, I love #5. I bet the little boy loves it too!
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  9. #1779
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    Gintarras - I like the first one. There is alot of dynamic range in the others - too much for dSLR's to capture unfortunately (esp #2, 5 & 6). You might consider using an ND grad filter for some of these types of shots or perhaps blending/HDR (although I still prefer to use ND grads).

    Viky - I like #5 and #6 just rocks.
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  10. #1780
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    Michael, you completely right on dynamic range, that problem i am facing when in mountains. i am somehow lazy for HDR, and my wife is sometimes a pressing factor as she complants i went for a walk with camera instead of her... :-(

    anyway, i will order ND but later, right away too many things i am busy with that are outside photography. wish i can get more time for hobbies.

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