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  1. #1341
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    Spent the day in Brighton today - I guess the one thing this ISN'T is 'Land!!!
    (KM A-200)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff Chandler View Post
    Spent the day in Brighton today - Ui guess the one thing this ISN'T is 'Land!!!
    (KM A-200)
    That is razor sharp, add any sharpening?

    Sometime last week a friend of mine took me to where he sits for his Zen Buddhist sitting every Thursday. It's a beautiful and quiet little garden where you can get all sorts of indulgements.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mumbles420 View Post
    That is razor sharp, add any sharpening?

    Sometime last week a friend of mine took me to where he sits for his Zen Buddhist sitting every Thursday. It's a beautiful and quiet little garden where you can get all sorts of indulgements.

    Osmosis

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    Very peacefull shot indeed! I can see how it could be the ideal spot...

    As for my Seascape? I used a small amount of sharpening -but it was a reasonably quick shutter at 800th sec and F7.1 ISO50 @ 35mm equiv 200mm (135 if it were my Nikon). I cropped it a little and fine tweaked the colour and saturation - then applied a small amount of sharpening.
    The KM A-200 is generally soft and low on contrast and saturation and so needs a little more usually than my Nikon.
    Geoff Chandler. UK/England/Surrey
    NIKON D90 / D80. Nikon 16 - 85 VR, Tamron 28-200,
    Sigma 70-300APO, Tokina 100 AT-X Pro D.
    SB600 flash. Panasonic DMC-TZ25

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    ~ Don't know where else to post this - what's left of the Old Brighton Pier..
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    SB600 flash. Panasonic DMC-TZ25

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheWengler View Post
    I actually think you underexposed a lot of them. Either put it in full manual or use exposure compensation. The composition could use some work too. For example, the one of the railing on the left needs to be shifted right or left. If you want the railing in there that's fine, but move it 1/3 of the way into the frame so it looks like it belongs there. I think you need to work to compose so that you isolate your subject. This will help you to avoid the cluttered look. This can be hard to do in the woods. Also, shooting from a high or low angle can make a shot more interesting than something from eye level. I'm not sure why you posted the same berry picture 4 times.


    The berry picture is an animal eating berries... grabbing berry, eating berry, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrbrown1991 View Post
    The berry picture is an animal eating berries... grabbing berry, eating berry, etc.
    Whoops! Didn't even see him there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jrbrown1991 View Post
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    If this is too much, let me know and I'll delete.
    I think I over-exposed alot of them
    Very interesting photos - not sure how you got them all on here - I didn't check - probably from another site
    Anyway
    Just one helpfull tip - can you try to limit the image size to no wider than 999 and no higher than 580 - otherwise they extend beyond the frame and are harder to appreciate - also it changes the layout so frantic scrolling left and right is required as well.
    These are great shots and I would be able to enjoy them more if they were stacked rather than side by side ( which effectively makes it all wider again)
    Just trying to make appreciating your images easier
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    Depends on the user's resolution, but I'll assume that's "standard." Thanks, Geoff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff Chandler View Post
    Very peacefull shot indeed! I can see how it could be the ideal spot...

    As for my Seascape? I used a small amount of sharpening -but it was a reasonably quick shutter at 800th sec and F7.1 ISO50 @ 35mm equiv 200mm (135 if it were my Nikon). I cropped it a little and fine tweaked the colour and saturation - then applied a small amount of sharpening.
    The KM A-200 is generally soft and low on contrast and saturation and so needs a little more usually than my Nikon.
    Great. Good enough explanation for me.
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