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Old Apr 16, 2006, 2:45 PM   #1
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Taken with Minolta 7i which produces very neutral and unprocesssed JPEGs so I originally did contrast/saturation adjustment, resizing and sharpening etc. automatically to all these so manual tweaking could give better results... now if I would find time for doing that.








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Old Apr 16, 2006, 5:09 PM   #2
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Hello E.T,

I like very much the 7th photo. Makes me remember my "teenage" holidays at the park. :G

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Old Apr 16, 2006, 9:54 PM   #3
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Some rugged looking terrain in that area. The last one is a placid looking scene...nice shot.
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Although the set is very nice, I think some shots are way over exposed washing off the green (except for the last one, which hasmuch richer colors). I'd try to tune them in PS or Picasa to increase contrast and color saturation. I'd also make them bigger (800 pixels) to increase the impact. The last one is definitely my favorite of the set.
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Old Apr 17, 2006, 2:36 AM   #5
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Some rugged looking terrain in that area.
That's about what your Rocky Mountains will look after two billion years or erosion, folding, crushing, being scraped by mile thick continental glaciers, annual melting/freezing cycle grinding visible bedrock...

http://www.gtk.fi/explor/eco_geoview_overview.htm



I might do better versions when I have time, this week's projects is doing fresh install of XP to WD4000KD... Damn this puclic rubbish dump ideology/structure of Windozes... if programs would keep their settings/program components in their own directories it would be just matter of moving their directories instead of installing everything again! (DOS was way more advanced in that aspect)
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