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Old Mar 23, 2006, 10:25 PM   #1
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I was taking bird shots, had the Ton and the horses decided to strut their stuff. 100 yds.
One thing I notice in these shots is that the sky color seems to have changed with each horse. These shots are moments apart, I'm wondering if the color of thesubject in the foreground has any bearing on how the color in the bg turns out.
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Wow- what a difference. Thats a little discouraging.

Never, never would have thought it would do this.

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Tracy-

That is the value of good software. Software also saves photos that you might have otherwise just deleted.

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Old Mar 24, 2006, 2:42 PM   #4
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Silver, noticed you did spot metering on these, which will,of course, set exposure for the small area ( dot) focused on. How close are the colors of the horses to the pics?Would have been interesting to see the same shots in different metering modes to compare.hmmm, I have to go experiment with that:idea:

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Nice shots Silver, The two different sky kolors is a little odd.

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Old Mar 24, 2006, 5:32 PM   #6
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Thanks for the comments on these shots. Here is another that was in the "Centerweight" mode, right at the same time the others were shot. And, in answer to the question yes these colors are pretty close to an exact match of the colors of the horses.

And Dawg, I dont see any improvement in the quality of"my" shots that you hit some button in some software, so I would appreciate it if you would remove them please, Thanks!



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I certainly will Silver!! Are there any other requests you would have me do??? The post was only intended to help answer your question not offered as an improvement of any kind sorry if it offended you in any way. I will refrain from answering your posts from now on!





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