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Old Jul 30, 2004, 1:14 PM   #11
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Hi Fernando,

I just did a quick level adjustment on the picture below, I hope you don't mind. As I looked at the two side by side I'm not sure which one is better. My mod looks like it might be on the edge of being blown out.I thought originally they were a little dark, but that could be my monitor also. You are taking better shots with your S7000 than I am with mine. Keep it up!
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Old Jul 30, 2004, 9:13 PM   #12
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Beautiful photographs, like paintings with the reflection and the soft coloration. Is this natural light or did you apply a filter? In any event, special.
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Excellent exposure and sharpness. Well done!
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Old Jul 31, 2004, 3:39 AM   #14
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To GoCubs, I sure don't mind about anyone retouching my images, ideas are allways welcomes and a good way to learn.
I like the background a bit more like that but as you said the whites are allready a little blown. Thanks again.

To Normcar, this is natural lightning, no filters applied it was shot at about 11am, and thanks for the comments.

To Ohenry, thank you for the comments.

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