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Old Mar 7, 2007, 2:35 PM   #1
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3 pic. shot with powershot S70 @ 1/320, F/6.3, spot metering, this evening on my way back to home and just stitched for yourgood taste: )
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Old Mar 7, 2007, 2:44 PM   #2
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Nice job there my friend i really like that picture, i see your still using the S70.
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Old Mar 7, 2007, 3:09 PM   #3
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We were sharing the very tired sunas I shot the pics. to go in this pano : ) I'm glad you liked the result!
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Eh,they say,you donotgive upyour winner team :-)

Joke aside, I tried both D40 and k100dthis afternoonat the retail storeusing my sd card and have just compared the results on my screen...well... not sold on either of them:|

Cheers to the other side of the Aegean, my friend!
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Old Mar 7, 2007, 3:11 PM   #4
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Bahadir

A beautiful scene well portrayed, I know the 'Homer' you are speaking

of and it's not 'Homer Simpson' :-)
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Old Mar 7, 2007, 3:25 PM   #5
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musket wrote:
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A beautiful scene well portrayed, I know the 'Homer' you are speaking

of and it's not 'Homer Simpson' :-)
Sure :lol:Well, it's just that the longer 'Homeros' would upset the music in the title!

Thank you forletting me know your kind opinion : )


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I just discovered the resizing facillty, If you are not logged in and click

on this picture link, then you get this pic in 2 sizes, I am learning all the

time, I didn't know this facility was active on the forum...:idea:
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Old Mar 7, 2007, 4:06 PM   #7
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Hello Bahadir! Very nice stitching! Beautiful sunset you have there, it looks like that same sun will be setting on my horizon in about ninety minutes. I wonder if you might consider the Nikon D-50, I have had mine over a year and have come to love it for the things it does. I have the kit lens and a 50mm 1.8 which is fantastic for low light photography, like inside some of those beautiful places you have near your home. IN the states the D-50 is just slightly more cost than the D-40.

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Old Mar 7, 2007, 4:40 PM   #8
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musket wrote:
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I just discovered the resizing facillty, If you are not logged in and click

on this picture link, then you get this pic in 2 sizes, I am learning all the

time, I didn't know this facility was active on the forum...:idea:
It's so kind of you to keep us members abreast about your findings!Please regard mejust one of those toshare yourjoy oflearning : )

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I have the kit lens and a 50mm 1.8 which is fantastic for low light photography
Wow, sounds like a great deal for a tomb raider like myself:G... And so far we've all observed how you exploited the virtues of this camera!! Well, there hasn't been so much annoyance about theD50 when compared to D40, if my memory serves well. Andnow we witness the introduction of D40x !!

Thank youso much foryour kind interest and appreciation, my friend






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Old Mar 9, 2007, 12:37 PM   #9
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hi bahadir, hope you don't mind I downloaded your image and altered the levels nothing else because it did not need any other alterations, you have done a great job of stitching togeather the images, but I don't like Homerin the image on the right I think it takes ones eye off the background which to me is very good, if you had taken a photo of just Homer on its own then that would be ok, but to me as Isaid itspoils the whole image, I know I will get cried down for saying this but I know you will understand.
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Old Mar 10, 2007, 12:02 PM   #10
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hi bahadir, hope you don't mind ...
Dear Alex, please don't give it another thought andalways feel free to provide your insightful comments, criticism and editsas you kindly have done so far. In my book the one who criticisedisplaysan example ofself denial, as well; )

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but I don't like Homerin the image on the right I think it takes ones eye off the background which to me is very good, if you had taken a photo...
Well,you know, from time to time, we all have great ideas whichwould not apply to the real life :GThey'remuch like the ideas of an entrepreneur... he/she shoud feel lucky even if 'one out of ten' turns out to be successful!

Thank youfor kindly taking your time forthe edit which gives methe message.Yeah,the original onemay seem a bit much dark indeed:roll:
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