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  1. #11
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    agree that the pin hole is one of my favorites as well...like the pop art too....

    quick 'dumb' question...

    when attaching photos to my post is it better to pull them from a url where the image is hosted, or to attach directly within the post?

    thanks..
    You took a photo of what?

  2. #12
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    fotomatix,

    We generally just attach them directly to the post so there is never a lost link issue. Just keep them to ~800 pixels wide to keep the forum from expanding in width. If you have a need to post full sized images for some detail discussion , then use a sharing site and include a link to get there. Even then I would likely post a small image in the message to facilitate discussion.

  3. #13
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    thanks, sounds good
    You took a photo of what?

  4. #14
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    Just a couple of quick shots by the river bank near my home, using A priority. That's a newly built bridge that opens in May. For the bridge photo I'm maxed on the zoom level. Considering it's a P&S, not bad at all.



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  5. #15
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    A couple from my night in Las Vegas. I had enough time to take a brief walk on the strip. Thought a couple of night shots there would be interesting. The first one was 2 seconds to get some light trails (I was able to rest it on a railing). The second f1.8 and ISO 100 hand held for 1/10.
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  6. #16
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    I also played with some of the art filters. The diorama mode is best when you are looking down on a scene like on this casino floor. It also makes for interesting videos since in this mode the camera does a stop action effect.
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  7. #17
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    The 2 outdoor shots are my favourites. Something really good that they've done with this camera. I keep picking it up instead of my E-PL2. It's just the ease of use, portability, and quick responsive lens that make it a great buy.
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  8. #18
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    Might have to start an XZ-1 Picture of the Day thread. Caught this scene while on a bicycle ride Saturday.
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  9. #19
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    Tried a hand held HDR bracket with the XZ-1. Merged the JPG's in CS5's HDR function. Wanted to get the horse in the barn to be visible.
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  10. #20
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    I like the HDR kg, it brought out the horse nicely. There's something odd about the angles though. The building seems to be falling left but the red structure is tilted right and the trees rhs background are almost straight up. I'm assuming that it was on more of a hill and the building was straight with the trees and red structure tilted to the right? I noticed more because several of my shots recently have been coming out with a tilted horrizon. I'm usually pretty careful but recently my buildings are falling over to the left too! perhaps gravity has shifted
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