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Old Jul 15, 2011, 12:45 AM   #1
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I have been playing around with manual settings on my Hs20exr, I always have the histogram showing on the back of my screen. I also got a remote cable release for it. And am having a ball. Here are a few pics I took yesterday when I was at my fav. lake.....J4c
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Old Jul 15, 2011, 7:43 AM   #2
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OK, the last one really made me smile! Been there, cut that line!!
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Looks good, the one on the pier is a difficult shot, with the sun ahead .
I gues you have your "tone" setting " on "hard" ?



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Sprint, yes I did have it on hard. Like I have said, I am playing with all the buttons and modes on this camera, after all.....that is the most fun part of a new camera. The young gosling I titled.Bad hair day, The shot of the pier...I call beautiful day, Then...Queens Lace, Thistle, and the tangled tree shot, I call......Ultimate Fail......J4c
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I like the wildflowers the best, especially the white one.

It makes a change from all the orchids and tulips that are dead and artificially shown to see a living breathing plant.

Personally I would rather see life over death, and the common become the not so common if you know what I mean
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