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Old Nov 8, 2010, 11:22 AM   #1
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Default Autumn subjects with FZ35

All were handheld, #1 was with LC55. #1 and #2 were just cropped. #3 had bit of saturation adjusted in PP.



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Old Nov 8, 2010, 2:37 PM   #2
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Picture 1 & 2 are amazing Saly.
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Old Nov 8, 2010, 2:41 PM   #3
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Very nice, just like the other two series you posted today...

You've got an eye for detail and light...
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Old Nov 9, 2010, 1:25 AM   #4
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Old Nov 9, 2010, 2:27 AM   #5
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beautiful photos Saly !
very nice lighting .
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The first two pics look great. The third has a lot of blue cast. I don't believe the camera handled WB very well.
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Tullio - yeah, I noticed the blue cast, too. But if it's a WB problem, shouldn't the leaves look bluish, too?
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I agree with Tullio, the blue cast is also visible in picture #2, (check the stems)! Pic #3, there is also blue cast at the edges of the two green leaves.
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Yeah, I see! I had the camera set to AWB. I will try sunny WB next time.
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Tullio - yeah, I noticed the blue cast, too. But if it's a WB problem, shouldn't the leaves look bluish, too?
Well, not necessarily (although as macnite stated, there is some blue to along the edge of some of the leaves). Usually the blue cast caused by poor handling of WB is evident in shaded, darker areas (in this case, the branches and some of the background). That's why most cameras offer two preset WB for those conditions: Cloudy and Shade. The purpose of these settings is to remove the bluish cast caused by the shade by warming the image up quite a bit. If you look at the Kelvin scale, you see that sunny is around 5300K while cloudy is 6600K and shade around 7200K. Huge difference between those three settings.
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