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Old Nov 20, 2010, 3:41 PM   #1
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Default Finally, some Fall weather down here

And the leaves are just starting to change.

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Old Nov 20, 2010, 4:41 PM   #2
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NICE! Our fall is over. We're in that "in between" stage. Colorless, drab trees and crappy weather (for the most part). Can't wait til spring!
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Old Nov 20, 2010, 5:36 PM   #3
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great shots Greg, fall is done up here also, waiting on some snow now. although I am concerned how the e-pl1 will do in the cold humid conditions. I have the e-3 for the worst of conditions but I have gotten quite addicted to the image quality of the epl-1.
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nice Greg.

i really like the color contrast and comp on #3 here.
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Hi Greg,

So you folks down in Texas actually have a Fall?

Really great photos. I like the somewhat muted colors and compositions.

I like them all..
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One more, with the 14-42 kit lens, Vivid color mode.

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Saving the best for last.

Very good indeed

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My biggest challenge shooting in-camera JPEG's is thinking ahead of the game and setting the appropriate parameter before I shoot.... then remembering to change them back. Setting the Vivid color mode, picking a black & white option, etc. I shot that last image Sunday afternoon. It was a tree at my girlfriend's home and I shot it RAW+JPEG.

This was the RAW file, which I processed in Viewer since there were no issues with blown highlights or similar that Viewer could not handle. I changed the color mode to Vivid and the noise filter from Standard to Low. I can verify after processing this and a few others in Viewer and comparing them to the in-camera JPEG's that the best quality JPEG file Viewer can produce equals the Large Fine in-camera setting.
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