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Old Mar 29, 2006, 2:07 AM   #11
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ok thanks for the tips, i'll try and remember!
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Old Mar 29, 2006, 2:51 AM   #12
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Blaupunkt, hope you know we're just here to help, generally the bunch on Steve's forums are a friendly, personal and humourous group of people willing to share and be friend!

Bahadir, nice edit! I'm glad I'm not petrified, even by looking at such beauty! :roll:

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Old Mar 29, 2006, 6:17 AM   #13
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Don't worry, Paul, this is her admission day special to us :G But still be careful prince* :-)
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Old Mar 29, 2006, 5:24 PM   #14
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Hi, yes ive posted afew pics here before, not since last year though i got some helpful tips and stuff then also

anyway, i see what you mean about the top pic pj1974, i had'nt really noticed it before and have not edited the pics that much of im honest, one of the reasons i did not is because i was doing "to much" espeshally where sharpening was concerned, still have'nt quite got it right thought!

one or two of the pic's were also taken form inside the house throught a window, you can go on a tour of the house also, i took afew pics in there but with no tripod i did not think they would be good enough to post, but i am pleased with them

the bridge pic was taken from this shot i took of the grounds out of a 2nd floor window.

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Old Apr 2, 2006, 5:50 AM   #15
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Thanks for explaining Blaupunkt. Maybe taking some of the photos through the windows explains why some of them seemed a bit washed out or out of focus (shooting through windows is generally not the best idea).

Still you did well. Thanks again.

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Does anyone else think the picture with the stepping waterfall would look very interesting if the shutter were left open for a longer duration of time?

I was thinking the exact same thing. With a few of the water scenes i think a slower shutter speed would make a difference but there are some lovely shots here. Nice.
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