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Old Nov 8, 2006, 9:20 PM   #11
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Beautiful work!
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Old Nov 9, 2006, 1:50 AM   #12
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Bob, thank you for further explanation. It's great to feel that the expertise is available when in need

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Drewaz, regarding your own, I think you're quite acquinted with the virtues of the camera we share
Thank you for your kind words which cheered me up.





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Old Nov 9, 2006, 1:55 AM   #13
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MsPuck, thank you for your kind feedback revealing your tasteful preference as well. I should say I am pleased to see your captures more often these days Btw, this is Izmir Gulf where the city I live is located around, on the Aegean coast of Anatolia.

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Old Nov 9, 2006, 2:28 AM   #14
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The first one's my favorite - a gorgeous pano with a wonderfulmoody feel to it. Great job, Bahadir! That sure is a beautiful place.
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Old Nov 9, 2006, 7:49 AM   #15
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All I can do is echo the comments of the others: those are really great

Probably #3 does it for me, but really how can you choose between them?

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Old Nov 9, 2006, 1:38 PM   #16
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Very nice photos. I prefer the deeper, warmer colors of #'s 2 and 3. With 2 being my clear favorite. I can feel the warmth of the setting sun on my face when I look at that picture. You have a beautiful capture.
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Hi Bahdir, no 3 does it for me:-) they all feel tranquil but #3 withwhat appears to be ahuman element in the middle to draw the eye in is great. well done. Graham
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Old Nov 9, 2006, 4:10 PM   #18
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It looks as if you changed the exposure compensation to darken and make the colors stand out more.
@ Bob updated I almost never use the exposure compensation but rely on the Tv andAv parameters at M mode. Here are the settings:

#1 Av:f/4.5 Tv:1/100, spot metering @Iso 50

#2 Av:f/5.6 Tv:1/200, spot metering @Iso 50

#3 Av:f/5 Tv:1/400, spot metering @Iso 50

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Toshi, thank you for your kind comments! #1 has a special appeal on mealso



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Probably #3 does it for me, but really...
Well, if it's John's choice, one should stop and consider it

thank you!

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I can feel the warmth of the setting sun on my face when I look at that picture.
Howtruly put! Now I am doubly happy to havestopped thereto shoot at the right time


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Old Nov 9, 2006, 5:37 PM   #19
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bluesman graham, ah how did not notice your kind remark! The human element as Bob mentioned and now you're emphasizingcomprehensively, really adds great valueto #3. Thanks foryour insightful feedback.Seemsit would be wise ofme toassign that human elementto a position infuture shots
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Old Nov 10, 2006, 11:28 AM   #20
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Bahadir, these shots are all above the norm - I particularly like the first shot best, I think it is a fantastic work of art !!!
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