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Old Aug 16, 2007, 11:39 AM   #1
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[align=center]These shots were taken long before I had a circ polarizer[/align]


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Old Aug 16, 2007, 2:09 PM   #2
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Nice sharpshots, great color on all the first picture looks like the clouds were brush painted
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Very pleasing pictures. Sharp, clear, "pan colour". Food for the eyes

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Found this boat in th a harbour today. Typical Gothenburgian humour



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hercules wrote:
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Nice sharpshots, great color on all the first picture looks like the clouds were brush painted
Yes, the sky wasn't great on these without a polarizer, soI used the enhance photo

tool in 'zoner studio' on some and it rendered those clouds :-)

they look like they were painted on :-)

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Very pleasing pictures. Sharp, clear, "pan colour". Food for the eyes

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Ha ha!! terrific shot thanks for posting it unfortunately it doesn't repeat

in the quote :-)

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Theprettyboats and buildings in yourseries somehow convey a feeling of contentment and happiness to the beholder : )

Thanks for sharing!
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Theprettyboats and buildings in yourseries somehow convey a feeling of contentment and happiness to the beholder : )

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Thanks, these shots were taken the same time as the Carrickfergus castle

series with the D80. I've only just gotten around to posting them :-)

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Excellent photos musket,
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