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Old Apr 26, 2010, 4:17 AM   #1
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Hi there, here is my first photo post in this forum ..
I took this pictures at zoo in Jakarta, hope you enjoy it. Please feel free to give comments.. Thanks!







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Old Apr 26, 2010, 8:33 AM   #2
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Good job! Cant wait to see more.
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Thanks joekelli i'll come with other pictures
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I'd like to say now get out in the wilderness and get some wildlife pictures. But in Jakarta, I see some of that wild life is quite dangerous.

Nice pics and thanks for sharing.
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Welcome to the Panasonic Folder. We're delighted that you dropped by. We have a great group of FZ-35/38 user here who like to share photo samples, plus tech and photo tips.

Both photos post, although wonderful subjects show a bit of over exposure. When shooting in very bright conditions, use a bit of Exposure Compensation to prevent over exposure.

When shoot outdoors I automatically set the Exposure Compensation to EV-0.3 and reduce it even further based on the brightness of the lighting.

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Chris0383 Thanks chris.. and yes every city have it own wild life

mtclimber That would be great suggestion. Thanks Sarah
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Keep in mind that the deer and the bear shots look good. The bit of shade allowed you to get the correct exposure.

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Lovely shot of wildlife ronggur.
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