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Old Jan 27, 2009, 5:21 PM   #1
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Went to the beach to catch a promising sunset, but the fog took the sun away before I arrived. The sun looked very nice out of the train

I still have to get used to putting the WB on 'cloudy' for the nightfall conditions. The FZ50 does a better job here. Speaking of it, here's an FZ50 shot. Raw mode. On the edge at full zoom and 1/20 shutter; Long live the OIS




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Old Jan 27, 2009, 5:23 PM   #2
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LX3; Wet feet
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Old Jan 27, 2009, 5:25 PM   #4
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LX3; patterns in the sand -WB edited in PP
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LX3 -The little glorious skyline at the town of 'Zandvoort' handheld
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LX3 with WA lens, semi handheld. Extra wide-angle works good for capturing more sky gradient

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I like the night shots you do, might just have to go out tonight and have a go.. assuming the rain stops that is!

The sea looks lovely and sharp and the colours are nicely balanced in my eyes.
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Thank you GerdaFL,

If you go, try using a tripod; Evening skies are very vulnerable to high iso sensitivity noise.

Cheerio! GB
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The LX3 shots are all beautiful. The colors are just beautiful. The FZ 50 shot seems to show excessive noise, evenforISO400. Could it be my monitor?

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Thanks DonR

It's not the monitor I'm afraid; The noisy parts of the image are because no noise reduction was applied in those area's at all. I preferred noise over detail loss; perhaps a bit too much :?
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