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Old Jun 15, 2007, 6:24 AM   #11
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As always very clear, very crisp, true-to-life colours, either the camera is a pocket camera or a DSLR

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Ya ok now was it a pocket camera or dslr:G very nice btw
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Old Jun 15, 2007, 11:00 AM   #12
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Hi Musket, my questions relates to the building style, I think it might be Saxon

Durham Castle and Cathedral is similar to your photo, what do you think?


Yes I see what you mean now; You could be right there is a lot of

similarity in the style, I'm not well versed in the various styles of

architecture, but glad tohear fromothers who can shed more light

on them.

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Old Jun 15, 2007, 11:36 AM   #13
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Great shots and great architecture. I love them as nobody can build anything like that.

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Good shot musket, you clipped the end of the building? so whats my question?

What ----- is this?

have a good day :blah:
Ha ha, maybe I done that deliberately to get feedback....no no no

Ijust couldn't get far enough away to get it all in.:-)

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I guess so. Also with normalish lens like 30mm or 40mm, there is the difficulties in avoiding more distraction (lower right). Fisheye and all its shortfall and tons of distortion , may be more appropriate.
Most of my arch shots came from a 16mm fisheye. This is a defished one already



And you can see the tilted tower at the left. Do you think the distortion is acceptable?

Daniel , Toronto



Yes it is a very appealing picture with the correction...What software do you

use to correct with?...I downloaded a few demo progs but haven't got around

to looking at them yet (Optipix and DXO optics pro). There are also other lenses

PC (perspective correction) lenses advertised on the web that are useful for

architectural captures they are a bit more expensive and probably still require

some software correction in PP.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Perspec...orrection_lens



ps. I almost forgot there are wide angle zoom lenses 10-24mm or 12-24mm

I dont think they are fisheye. but they are expensive as well :-)
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Old Jun 15, 2007, 11:48 AM   #14
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Do you have further information on Queen´s and its buildings?

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No I would have to research it some more first....You could check the web

If you wanted to find some more info.....It has some open days to the public

every year....I might see ifI can get along to one of thoseand bring a camera

along with me sometime :idea:

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As always very clear, very crisp, true-to-life colours, either the camera is a pocket camera or a DSLR

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Ya ok now was it a pocket camera or dslr:G very nice btw

It was a pocket camera the fuji V10,I hadn't got the D80 at that time :roll:

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Your Fujifilm Finepix V1 performs very well. The last weeks I have brought along both a dslr and a Finepix F-series camera

In many occasions I prefer the outcome of the "pocket" camera and that in photographical situations I never could have imagined

I mix pictures from different cameras in my file manager and often, if I don´t look at the file name, I can get very, very surprised...

"Quite fun"

Perhaps they could be called BAC cameras (Bring Along Cameras)

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Your Fujifilm Finepix V1 performs very well. The last weeks I have brought along both a dslr and a Finepix F-series camera

In many occasions I prefer the outcome of the "pocket" camera and that in photographical situations I never could have imagined

I mix pictures from different cameras in my file manager and often, if I don´t look at the file name, I can get very, very surprised...

"Quite fun"

Perhaps they could be called BAC cameras (Bring Along Cameras)

Torgny



Yes indeed , and I just picked up another, a fuji F20 as they were at a knock

down price locally. I like the close up facility of that one, so might get some

comparisons between it and my other cams :idea:

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We can start a F20 fan club, I've recently got one also, :blah:
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We can start a F20 fan club, I've recently got one also, :blah:
Ha ha indeed, I wonder if fuji will pay us any promotion fees :-)

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Your Fujifilm Finepix V1 performs very well. The last weeks I have brought along both a dslr and a Finepix F-series camera

In many occasions I prefer the outcome of the "pocket" camera and that in photographical situations I never could have imagined

I mix pictures from different cameras in my file manager and often, if I don´t look at the file name, I can get very, very surprised...

"Quite fun"

Perhaps they could be called BAC cameras (Bring Along Cameras)

Torgny



Yes indeed , and I just picked up another, a fuji F20 as they were at a knock

down price locally. I like the close up facility of that one, so might get some

comparisons between it and my other cams :idea:

Thanks for viewing and the comments .............musket

Ya btw, i just sold my S3 IS and Tuesday i am going to order the Fuji f31fd as a back up for my 400D, i was going to order the fuji S6500fd but i already have a true dslr (thanks bahadir) from the reviews the f31fd seems really nice
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