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Old Nov 10, 2012, 6:41 PM   #1
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Found this on a rock after a drizzly morning.





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Great shots showing amazing clarity and such little Image noise, I can only achieve that by alot of work In PP, starting with lighting cropping etc, then a stand alone noise to get rid of some of the Fz100 querks, then on to sharpening then I can get near to what you have posted.
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Beautiful shots!
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I love this type of shot and these are two great examples.

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Great shots showing amazing clarity and such little Image noise, I can only achieve that by alot of work In PP, starting with lighting cropping etc, then a stand alone noise to get rid of some of the Fz100 querks, then on to sharpening then I can get near to what you have posted.
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Thanks Paganman, these had some very minor PP, mainly adjusted light levels, I don't think these needed any denoise, or sharpening. But I think I could get pretty close to these with my FZ35.
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I love this type of shot and these are two great examples.

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Thanks Jim, I was actually looking for birds, but no luck. Then I noticed the leaves on the ground were covered in water droplets from the light drizzle the day before.
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Thanks Jim, I was actually looking for birds, but no luck. Then I noticed the leaves on the ground were covered in water droplets from the light drizzle the day before.
You should look around more often.

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Nice shots as always Saly. So this was taken with your 150? Not been around much as i am doing my degree so studying hard and little time lately but i went and bought the TZ30 for my poket. More to learn now,lol. or stay in auto for safety.
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Saly, I especially love #1!!! It's so beautiful, the droplets shin like diamonds!
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