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Old Oct 11, 2013, 3:01 PM   #1
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Default A couple from my D3200

Been on the forum a while, but have just upgraded to a D3200. Still got my HS10 though. Just a couple of shots.



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Old Oct 18, 2013, 9:57 AM   #2
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Nice shots, you nailed the focus on the second one.
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Old Nov 29, 2013, 2:21 PM   #3
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Just a shame it wasn't facing towards the camera!
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Old Apr 22, 2014, 12:35 PM   #4
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A few more shots from Thiepval in France. Would the third shot be an example of Moire pattern? How can I avoid it in future?









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Regarding the third file... is the original "full res" image the same as the re-sized one..?
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It's resized. Just looked at the full res and there is no pattern present.
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This effect can happen when re-sizing a "high res" file with linear patterns slightly off vertical/horizontal...
Try using another editor for the re-sizing.
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Based on your good eye for some great compositions, any camera in your hands would produce great images! I especially like the 4th one in the second set (tree in the grave yard). Nice elements in the fore, mid and background. Nice work.

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Based on your good eye for some great compositions, any camera in your hands would produce great images! I especially like the 4th one in the second set (tree in the grave yard). Nice elements in the fore, mid and background. Nice work.

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I couldn't have said it better. That number four is a contest winner in my opinion.
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I couldn't have said it better. That number four is a contest winner in my opinion.
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