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Old Feb 10, 2006, 6:35 PM   #1
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Old Feb 10, 2006, 8:01 PM   #2
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Thanks Dawg. I figured that I needed to hurry and get this shot when I did because he is in the process of replacing the entirefence around his pastures with T-bar posts. At the end of the fencerow, he has already extracted the old hedge posts and has the new T-bar in and strung for about an 1/4 mile.
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Niiice. I like the perspective. There seems to be a bit of a problem with the small branches in the upper left. It could be the contrast is a bit overwhelming for your sensor here. Still, a nice shot.

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Thanks Tom, very good eye. I wish I had seen it before I saved it...LOL...It is the contrast is a little too high and the blue highlight is also. Thanks for noticing and commenting on that.
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I really ike your perspective on this one, and other than that left/top corner, the color looks really good,

Nice shot- smart to include a lot of the road.

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Nice shot Silver, I was waiting for Little Joe and Hoss to ride by.LOL.:-)

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I really like the picture Silver,looks like one that should be on a calendar

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Old Feb 11, 2006, 11:25 AM   #8
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05_Silver_Allez wrote:
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I wish I had seen it before I saved it...LOL...It is the contrast is a little too high and the blue highlight is also. Thanks for noticing and commenting on that.
Hi Silver,

Some of the causes of purple fringing and/or chromatic aberration (two similar but different phenomenon) arepoor lens glass (not your case here) or errors/limitations in sensor design. In either case you generally won't notice much of a problem until image contrast gets fairly extreme. Do a search on the forums here for CA-Free or PF-free. These are useful plugins to use if you findeither of these problems popping up in your pics.

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That is an excellent photo, Silver!

I really like it a lot.

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Excellent,I like the way the fence and the road lead your eye into the picture,.



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