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Old Jun 30, 2014, 11:36 AM   #1
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Default Quito with the E3 and 11-22mm (Test)

I am having problems posting pictures in Steve's Digicams.

Not sure why my pictures links are not working:

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2. Quito- Panecillo

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Old Jun 30, 2014, 4:56 PM   #2
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Both of those shots are impressive, Marcelo. The colors and contrast are spot-on; very natural looking without being over-saturated. I really like them both, especially the night shot. Excellent job.
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Thank you Steven,

Those were shoot with the Olympus E3 and the 11-22mm a few years ago.

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Like Steven said, impressive indeed.
Beautiful shots !!!
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Hey Marcelo

Its a really nice looking city esp when looking at the 1st pic and what a view!

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Like Steven said, impressive indeed.
Beautiful shots !!!
Thank you Pascal,

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Its a really nice looking city esp when looking at the 1st pic and what a view!

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Thank you harm, it is the Colonial part of the city and the view is outstanding.
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Really nice shots, the sky is so dramatic in those shots, especially the first photo.
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