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Old Nov 25, 2010, 8:26 AM   #1
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Default Took my FZ35 for a holiday to Port Douglas

As usual, I took hundreds of shots to arrive at a few that are worth looking at! (hopefully). Found myself in a lot of ISO400 situations which shows a lot of noise and I still can't get really sharp pictures - I think a Joby Gorillapod SLR for Christmas is in order. Comments and criticisms really appreciated. Sorry they are not loaded individually, but there's too many.

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Old Nov 25, 2010, 8:39 AM   #2
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WOW - what a neat place!!
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azam, many of these are beautiful shots! I agree that it's hard to get good sharpness in the shade or on a cloudy day, but I try to keep it under ISO 200 when outside to avoid noise. Did you try the "shade" or "cloudy" WB? That helps bring out the colors. Very cool animals and birds!
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Thank you saly, I really appreciate your comments and no, I didn't think of doing those obvious settings. Next time for sure. Did forget to mention they were all SOOC. The bird in NO.22 is a crop of a photo taken with a really long zoom - 86.4mm. Very pleased with that one!

And I love all your flower shots - such vibrant colours.
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Azam, what great photos, love the Koala paw it's a classic. Amazing the shots you can take when the animal is asleep !

Well done mate

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What a beautiful place and a lovely set of images...!

Thanks for sharing...!
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