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Old Oct 22, 2006, 4:11 PM   #11
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As time goes on I am seeing more and more great images from this FZ50. This malkes me happy, for I d like to buy it early in 2007.


Other15 pics (although perhaps a bit too saturated ?) in this DPREV post (by a very good photographer) http://forums.dpreview.com/forums/re...ssage=20524303
Both (great places) landscapes and DCR250 macros there with FZ50.

Tcook yourspider shot is just perfect IMO.


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Old Oct 23, 2006, 2:17 AM   #12
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Oh Wow, Narmer---
I like a lot of saturation personally; probably overdo it myself all too often....

But those #s 1 & 3 on the last link you provided are TOO much in the green range. And # 12 overdoes it in the yellow.

The rest are about the way I'd do them., but those three really are over processed.

P.S.: Nice macro TCook. ..
I've ordered a Raynox 150 based completely on the macros you have shared lately... I'm too sloppy to even try a 250, as much as I'd like the power;, but I think I might be able do OK with the lower magnification factor and more forgiving DOF on the 150.

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Old Oct 23, 2006, 4:12 AM   #13
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Great shot, I always have problems getting the complete beast in focus. - Ronny
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