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  1. #851
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    Not a bad start, Flintlock. Focus needs a little work but you'll get that in time.

    Do you think you could resize them to 800x600 or so? Just a wee bit big.

    Oh, and some ducks. Go ducks.
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  2. #852
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    Also, fishing? Serious business.
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  3. #853
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    Jekotas,

    I can't stand starlings. They are a nasty European import that tends to be aggressive and mean. They are gluttons and decimate my suet in about 1/2 day depriving the native song birds of a fine meal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jekostas View Post
    Not a bad start, Flintlock. Focus needs a little work but you'll get that in time.

    Do you think you could resize them to 800x600 or so? Just a wee bit big.

    Oh, and some ducks. Go ducks.
    How do I re-size them? I just found them on the folder after loading them off the CF card. Thanks

  5. #855
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    I like the fisherman best.


    A good way to resize is with Irfanview, a free program you can download. You can also do it with Olympus Master, which came with your camera. I use photoshop usually now.

  6. #856
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    Flintlock1776 > Try opening your images in the Olympus Master software that came with your camera. Or download FastStone Image Viewer, it's pretty easy to use.

    Jekostas > Fishing ? Well, the white socks and park bench don't do it for me Did you consider cropping some of the top ?

    Just finished this little job, vice handles for a work bench.

    Beech, brass and macassar ebony.



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  7. #857
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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Kondra View Post

    Jekostas > Fishing ? Well, the white socks and park bench don't do it for me Did you consider cropping some of the top ?

    City lake, lots of people fish there. And no, that is the crop from the original picture. Taking off more of the top makes the picture look really unbalanced.

    Some nice brown scenery for y'all
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  8. #858
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    OK. In spite of incessant spam attacks, here goes.

    These are not actually that noisy, it just looks like that because of sharpening and resizing. Trust me.

    A lot more to follow later .

    1. Old Russian church in Harbin. 14-54 @ 14mm ISO1600 f/2.8 1/20s.

    2. Siberian Tiger Park in Harbin. 70-300 @ 108mm ISO 400 f/10 1/400s.

    3. Harbin Ice Festival. Yes, those are all made from ice (or snow). 14-54mm @ 25mm ISO 200 f/3.1 1/25s.
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  9. #859
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    OK, that first one was a little splotchy I guess. Here's a cleaned one. Not bad for underexposed ISO 1600! The ol' E-410 never coulda done that. Even at the pixel level it's fine to look at, though maybe a little on the plasticky when zoomed out a little after I Neat Imaged it.
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    I redid the third one too. Now I have to do something useful .
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