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Old Jan 21, 2006, 11:09 AM   #11
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No, normal setting on the camera, but post processed in photoshop.

Thiswas taken with the S7000 which I sold to buy the S9500.


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Old Jan 21, 2006, 3:52 PM   #12
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Once again the colours are fantastic with the Fuji S-7000 photo. I was attempting to get more colour. Here is a sample/experiment using the Chrome Mode.

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Old Jan 21, 2006, 6:10 PM   #13
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We had some unusual cloud formations this afternoon that I recorded with the Fuji E-900 and just wanted to share with you. Naturally at FULL wide angle.

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Old Jan 22, 2006, 12:05 AM   #14
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Good Photos, MT. Do you edit your photos? Photoshop, whatever?


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Old Jan 22, 2006, 4:55 AM   #15
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Yes, I generally do post processing with Adobe Elements 4.0. However, the Chrome example and the Cloud photos were right out of the camera.

I like the second tree shot with the road cutting through the photo a lot. It has a nice pictorial feeling to it.

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Old Jan 22, 2006, 5:37 AM   #16
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I am glad you like my photos. I too use Elements 4. The new RAW file is now E900 and S9500 / 900 compatible. Go shoot some RAW and play!

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Are the photos you have post taken in the raw format? Could that account for the gorgeous colours?

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Old Jan 22, 2006, 1:14 PM   #18
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No, I have taken very few RAW sofar, but I am learning.

In fact, most of the time the downloaded photos from the camera are flat and uninteresting. All the work is done with Elements 4. It gives it the umpf.

Post processing is more important that just pressing the shutter. I am still a beginner, but keen to get it perfect (if I can).

Here is a primer for RAW: http://www.mattspinelli.com/rawediting.html



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Well, pr126-

I certainly do admire the sharpness and wonderful colour in your photos. One final question. are you using a tripod or are the majority of your photos taken handheld?

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These are all handheld. Have a look on my website, http://www.pr126.co.uk/gear2.htm for my equipment.

This summer I am doing a photographic tour of Brittain, and Ireland. Hope to post them as I get it.

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