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Old Apr 23, 2003, 6:23 PM   #1
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Old Apr 24, 2003, 4:51 AM   #2
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Nice shots for a beginner. To help you a little...be aware of reflecting flashlight in the glass. You could also crop the shots a little and make them sharper in PS. And finally I would adjust the WB settings a little to get true colors.
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Old Apr 24, 2003, 6:51 PM   #3
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Thanks for the comment
I prefer not to use photoshop with my pictures.Perhaps i should try it out sometime.
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Old Apr 24, 2003, 11:17 PM   #4
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I like the middle one best...

Photoshop can be a bit intimidating. Give it a try, but don't get overwhelmed. You didn't say what you use. IrfanView is free, so you can use it guilt free... and it's also quite capable. Check it out at:

http://www.irfanview.com/
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Using photoshop is to me like going to the darkroom. Just easier and much better photowork can be done without any cost.
Its a shame you wont use PS and think your shot are all done coming straight from the camera. You should remember that the proscessing in the camera (digital ofvcourse) is a mini-darkchamper made by the manufacturer of the camera. All YOU do is to adjust their taste of colors, sharpness and whatever.

If you look at the green colors in your shots, you will see their are very unnatural. Why not make them the right (or almost right) colors ?
The photodealer that makes your papercopies change the photos as well.

You really should consider an graphic editor!
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Using photoshop is to me like going to the darkroom. Just easier and much better photowork can be done without any cost.
Its a shame you wont use PS and think your shot are all done coming straight from the camera. You should remember that the proscessing in the camera (digital ofvcourse) is a mini-darkchamper made by the manufacturer of the camera. All YOU do is to adjust their taste of colors, sharpness and whatever.

If you look at the green colors in your shots, you will see their are very unnatural. Why not make them the right (or almost right) colors ?
The photodealer that makes your papercopies change the photos as well.

You really should consider an graphic editor!
Thanks for the headsup Klaus..I will try it out sometime.
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Am I missing something I cannot see anything at all.
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