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Old May 22, 2010, 12:32 AM   #11
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Thank you Penolta. There is only one OOC image posted at Flickr and I labeled the photo 'unprocessed image' on the photo itself. The photos from the HS10 really process nicely; basically I do basic sharpening and NR when needed. I've always loved those Fuji colors.

The hummingbirds in flight were taken with various cameras....an H2 Sony which just keeps on giving and an Oly DSLR (E-620) with a kit lens attached.
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The sharpening is a like 10 percent too much but don't mind me. My monitor is super sharp and my eyes are above average.

Ya I always loved the Fuji colors myself. To me, Fujifilm bridge cameras are the Nikon of professional photography..err something like that.

Pictures are the best I seen this close. The quail is the best out of the bunch. It's sharpened just right and looks really good.
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These images are stunning. Very beautiful. Thanks for sharing.
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The sharpening is a like 10 percent too much but don't mind me. My monitor is super sharp and my eyes are above average.

Ya I always loved the Fuji colors myself. To me, Fujifilm bridge cameras are the Nikon of professional photography..err something like that.

Pictures are the best I seen this close. The quail is the best out of the bunch. It's sharpened just right and looks really good.
Cresho, I agree with you on the sharpening. Some times it's good just to do the pp, put the photos away, then review again before posting.

That little quail was a doll; she sang for me and I have a few photos where her eyes are closed and she is holding up her neck as she sings. I was so moved that she was doing this for me that it was difficult to take the photos. There are times when I just want to put away the camera and enjoy the moment.

And that you so much for your comments.
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These images are stunning. Very beautiful. Thanks for sharing.
Raj, thank you. Also, please check your private message box as I sent you a short note.
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Old May 24, 2010, 6:48 AM   #16
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These are amongst some of the best HS10 shots I have seen, my congratulations to you.

My wife has my camera in Italy as we speak and I have 7 agonizing wks to wait until my hands wrap around that frame again - and the camera
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