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Old Dec 3, 2010, 12:30 AM   #11
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Hi, Trihame...!

For the most part it's a very good image and you have done quite well...

I hope you don't mind but took the liberty of doing a little light PP (Post Processing) to the
image from your link... Just let me know and I'll delete it if you want...



This was done using FastStone and below are the settings I used...

Contrast: +10
Brightness: -15
Saturation: +25
Sharpness: +3

If you're interested you can download FastStone for free here:

FastStone Image Viewer 4.2

Suggestion: Always do your PP'ing on a copy of the original... That way if you should
mess up you've always got the original to make a new copy and start again...

Also, here's a video tutorial about exposure that I would highly suggest you watch...
It's not too long but a VERY good tutorial and may help you in understanding how
to use your camera better...

Perfect Exposure
(Watch all 7 parts)

Hope something here has helped somehow...
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Old Dec 4, 2010, 3:08 PM   #12
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That faststone free viewer is really a good program for me also. easy to use and has most of the things a beginning photographer needs to start.
The hardest part of accepting criticism is realizing I am not perfect.......
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