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Old Jan 21, 2011, 4:42 PM   #1
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Some more of my mucking about - Used ISO 200 or lower this time. Once again all comments and advice will be gladly received.
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Old Jan 21, 2011, 5:14 PM   #2
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Wonderful soft colors. I really like #2.
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Thanks Saly, being honnest its the building and the camera (not so much me) as I haven't retouched the photos.
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Thanks Saly, being honnest its the building and the camera (not so much me) as I haven't retouched the photos.
But it takes skill to capture the beautiful colors and compose them! If the image is good to start with, you shouldn't have to retouch them at all.
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I agree with saly. #2 has so many angles, contrasting light and the colours of a water painting
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Great shots, that camera can really pick out the detail.....
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Some very nice captures Dyane.
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Congratulations, Dyane-

This is another very good series. Nicely done.

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Very nice set of images
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Hi Everyone - thanks once again for all the encouragement. Yes, I love the camera too, and are impressed with the level of clarity. Can't wait to buy a tripod for steadier shots and to get out more with the camera. But the 2 evil W's are against me at the mo, ie work and weather.
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