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  1. #571
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    zmikers, your shots have an old, "film" feel. The first one seems to have a blue cast, except that it seems like old film shots did. Neat shots.
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  2. #572
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    Quote Originally Posted by toriaj View Post
    zmikers, your shots have an old, "film" feel. The first one seems to have a blue cast, except that it seems like old film shots did. Neat shots.
    Well that's because they were taken on film....LOL I took these a few years back before I entered the DSLR world. Do you think it takes away from the photos or is the quality still OK? Thanks for the comments!

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    Strange day of wavy sky.....and a feather

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    would be nice to hear something about these.....

  4. #574
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    Quote Originally Posted by zmikers View Post
    Here are a couple of the Rockie Mountains. Comments please!
    Nice pictures, zmikers. I think the image quality of the pictures is still ok, despite being taken on film. They are a bit soft, but that probably is caused by the scan and resizing for the web. I think that the dynamic range is actually a bit better than digital, especially in the highlights. Despite being bright, the sky and mountains in the background are still contrasty. I feel that with digital, this would have looked much more washed out.

    The first shot is great, very nice composition. With the second, I would have stepped back just a little, to get more of the trees in the foreground in the shot, they would then create some sort of frame for the mountain scene in the background.
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    Prospero, thanks for the comments. I agree with getting more of the trees in the second one, but I decided that 1000s of miles away and years later. If I ever get back there again then maybe, but for now I will have to live with what I got. Live and learn right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zmikers View Post
    Well that's because they were taken on film....LOL I took these a few years back before I entered the DSLR world. Do you think it takes away from the photos or is the quality still OK? Thanks for the comments!
    That first one looks like an old postcard, both the color and the composition. Pretty darn good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AdamW View Post
    That first one looks like an old postcard, both the color and the composition. Pretty darn good.
    Adam, thank you very much for that! I've learned something very important over the last few years. When I was still shooting with film I was a lot more cautious about my shots. Now that I have a dslr, I feel subcontiously that I'm thinking, "well if it doesn't work I can fix it in photoshop." I hate that. I take every shot telling myself to get it right in the camera first. Those shots above had zero PP, just a tiny crop in the second one.

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    Zmikers,adamw and prospero

    Thank you for skipping my shots. .......
    I know they are not technically real camera shots.....but hey....they are pics anyway........wouldja like to take a dekko and tell me something 'bout them....? Maybe how amazing the sky is?
    thanks and bestregards.

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    welcome to Ukraine
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    Ukraine.....
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