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Old Oct 17, 2005, 10:24 PM   #1
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Pic 2 of 5: baby turtle.
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Pic 3 of 5: turtles.
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Pic 4 of 5: what's the name of this?
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Pic 5 of 5: Papa Bear.
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Old Oct 18, 2005, 4:28 AM   #6
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Another fantastic display FAVA. Are all shot in RAW format and then convtd to jpg as previous ones?

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Old Oct 18, 2005, 6:40 AM   #7
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Another fantastic display FAVA. Are all shot in RAW format and then convtd to jpg as previous ones?

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Thank you Atindra!

Yes, all in RAW, converted to TIFF and then saved as JPEG.
The second one, with the baby turtle, was the only one on which I did a little sharpening (was taken at full optical zoom). Minor darkening/midtone contrast adjustments on all. Second and third are cropped and resized, the rest just resized.

For some other pictures that I took at the zoo I was not able to tell the difference between the original RAW and the converted TIFF. I need to find out in what conditions this happens, because they look very good straight out of the camera - besides resizing I would not PP them in any way. I will post some of them in the 3rd (and final) part of the zoo series, probably on thursday - no animals, just plants and sights :-)

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Old Oct 18, 2005, 8:23 AM   #8
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Very nice photos. The P-850 is a real performer in a situation where there is lots of light, that brings out those Kodak colors.

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Very nice photos. The P-850 is a real performer in a situation where there is lots of light, that brings out those Kodak colors.

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Thank you very much Sarah! Have you returned from your trip?

I read a post of yours about a week or so ago in which you said you were not that happy with the P850 - I'm sorry you were disappointed . Can you elaborate on that? As I'm learning more and more about digital photography and about this camera's capabilities, it would helpme a lot to know of its potential limitations. Input from photographers with a lot of experience - such as yourself - would mean a lot to me.

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Old Oct 18, 2005, 2:05 PM   #10
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Nice pics FAVA, I especially like the giraffe pic.

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