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Old May 17, 2006, 12:59 AM   #1
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This structure is usedto searchfor gold in the water. Down below the water runs through rock and sand and the gold hunters look for gold deposits in them. To capture the water detail under the shade, I had to sacrifice exposure on the right.
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Old May 17, 2006, 2:48 AM   #2
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Tullio,

Sacrifices and compromises, what photograpjers will do for a decent shot.

The paralllel lines are a bit abbreviated but carried to their logical conclusion they do converge and the vanishing point is evident.

Would fill flash be of any use in this situation? Yes, I know we are all very good at "what ifs..."

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Thanks for your comments, Selvin. Yes, the fill flash business...Cal suggested the use of this techniqueon one of my previous postings. I can never, ever remember to use the flash as a filler.One of the problems is that although the H1 has a 2.5" LCD, I usually use the EVF so the LCD is constantly turned off. But even when it's on, the resolution is not that great and it's almost impossible to determine whether or not some portions of the imageare over exposed. I'll try to keep that in mind next time I face this type of situation.
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