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Old Oct 9, 2005, 6:10 PM   #1
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Saw this at the Park today. Just thought I'd share.

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Old Oct 9, 2005, 6:18 PM   #2
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That is a knockout pic there Bob. I love the yellow against the blue sky!! Use any filters to get this one??

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Old Oct 9, 2005, 6:38 PM   #3
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Thanks Dawg. I used a skylite and a circular polarizer. I actually remembered to take the polarizer today, LOL.

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Old Oct 9, 2005, 7:16 PM   #4
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See....They make a difference!! That combo will actually help with the colors!!

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Really pretty shot, Bob... Should be lots of ops in the next week or so. Fall is my favorite time of year.

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Nice picture Bob! I hope you don't mind, but I right-clicked and made this my desktop wallpaper, as soon as I saw this. Fall is my favorite season, though here in Wisconsin, I feel we were robbed for the month of September with all of the hot weather....

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I have to confess that I am not quite there with my polarizer. Sometimes I can't tell when its one way or the other...
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Terry do one of two things to set the polorizer so you'll know where to move it to! Get a good pair of polorizing sunglasses. Put them infront of the lens. Look through the viewfinder. When the pic is as dark as it can get mark the polorizer with some nail polish or with a dot of paint. Magic markers in yellow or white work as well. Or go to a pool of water and using the camera look into the pool. Be sure there is reflected light with out looking through the camera. Now turn the polorizing filter until all the reflected light disappears. Now mark the filter the same way as above. This is the point when the filter is doing it's most . Just a thought .....


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Really pretty shot, Bob... Should be lots of ops in the next week or so. Fall is my favorite time of year.

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Thanks Dan, it's my favorite time of the year too. Mother nature doesn't dissapoint.

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Nice picture Bob! I hope you don't mind, but I right-clicked and made this my desktop wallpaper, as soon as I saw this. Fall is my favorite season, though here in Wisconsin, I feel we were robbed for the month of September with all of the hot weather....

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I have to confess that I am not quite there with my polarizer. Sometimes I can't tell when its one way or the other...

I don't mind at all Terry, glad you liked it. As far as using your polarizer...stay with it, I just recently started listening to Dawg, and am finally getting results.

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Good shot Bob.

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