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Old Feb 25, 2005, 7:55 PM   #1
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hey people,

i come from a car forum and regularly go on car cruises...or just general cruising, i know alot of people are wanting to see how the DX7630 performs...so i thought id share a few links to photos of mine:

Hanging out a popular mcdonalds last thursday nite: http://www.qldstreetcar.com/forum/in...showtopic=6953
(tripod: manual settings, no flash)

a few photos from down at the gold coast (qld:australia)

Brisbane international motor show 2005:
(tripod, manual settings, no flash)

Assassin drift and drag dyno day:

www.chictorque.com suprise cruise around brisbane:

yes...as u may have noticed im a car photographer...not by profession but i do enjoy it alot, if there are any other car photographers on here, i would openly invite u to join me and other car enthusiasts at: www.qldstreetcar.com/forum and to share your photos. Im only 17 and obviously dont know everything about taking photos...iam open to any comments you wish to share

please note that the QSC upload facility has a pov image resizer, altho the photo resolution is fine...the photos are just abit to big in KB size so it gets taken down..thus some photos appear grainy.I invite u to email me at: [email protected] if u require bigger versions of these photos,

Thanks for your time,

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Old Feb 27, 2005, 7:47 PM   #2
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These pictures are great. I have only seen the ones from the auto show.Are they touched up in any way? They lookprofessional. You havemade me think twice about buying a CanonS70. This camera is much more reasonably priced. I would like a good camera for group shots though.

Thanks for letting us see your good camera work.

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Old Feb 28, 2005, 3:15 PM   #3
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some images may have abit more contrast added to them, but apart from that...they are pretty much straight off the camera.

just used a tripod and a slightly longer shutter/ with a low aperture.

thanks for the kind words
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Old Mar 1, 2005, 6:05 AM   #4
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Very good pictures. Well done!!!!!!!
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