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Old Mar 16, 2004, 6:03 PM   #11
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are you sure it doesn't? my G2 does!

do you have a sepia mode? or a "vivid" or "neutral" mode?


btw....you can color it red in photoshop

i'll try if you don't mind.....


don't be mad.....i played with it....but here is my result......i'll delete it and take it off the internet immediately if you want


i think the bricks look cool....and the window pane is pretty realistic looking.....but the curtain isn't that great....if you look close enough....you can see a mistake made


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Old Mar 17, 2004, 7:07 AM   #12
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Nothing but the dratted red 'x'.

No, the Oly E-20 is very much like a film SLR. Aperture/shutter priority, auto mode, full manual mode. No day/night/indoor/outdoor etc. modes, all of it being set via actual temperatures. I learned early on that this is not a camera for the faint of heart. :shock:
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hmmm...that is interesting.....my G2 has (i think) 12 shooting modes.....manual, shutter priority, arperture priority, Program,full auto, pan focus, portrait, landscape, night scene, photo effect(where you can turn it b/w), stitch assist, aaaaand movie....
i've only really used manual lately.....

shoot wat happened to the picture?!

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Old Mar 17, 2004, 8:01 AM   #14
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I really like the shot, Melanie!! I don't know why, but my eyes keep getting drawn to the can on the left hand side of the window. I don't mean any criticism by that, for me, that can makes the photo.
Again, great work Mel!!!!

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Old Mar 17, 2004, 10:39 AM   #15
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i've only really used manual lately
That seems typical. The more into photography we get, the more we want total control.
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Old Mar 17, 2004, 10:55 AM   #16
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yeah

know i feel guilty every time i use auto! LOL!

oh here you go....got a temp pbase account while my other one is down.....hmm

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I hope Melanie doesn't mind either because it's a graphic example of the huge effect of color. Hers is probably more true to reality while yours is more true to a dream.

Cool.
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Old Mar 17, 2004, 2:30 PM   #18
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lol the other site is back up....so it is now posted twice lol
oh well.....

thanks

the curtains are a bit TOO red...
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hahaha ofcourse i don't mind
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i'm finally starting to get the pen tool down.....that picture there didn't have any curves but i'm learning how to use it..lol
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