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Old Feb 18, 2011, 2:35 PM   #1
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Default Stockholm Trip Part2 + Full moon

Some more photos

1.Bird under the sun


2. Freezing Duck


3.Swan


4. Marching kid on lion


5.Beautiful cloud formation


6. Church in the center of the city


7.Full moon


8. Maybe a more dramatic look




The full moon was yesterday and i tried to capture it my tripod didnt help me a lot but i think it came out nice. I think the one with the bird and the one with the ducks came out really clear they are probably some of the best photos that i have as to the clarity with the fz35.

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Old Feb 18, 2011, 2:48 PM   #2
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Folio #2 was just as good as folio #1. Again great photos, and cold weather!

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Old Feb 18, 2011, 2:53 PM   #3
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Very cold but i think that we were lucky because there was sunshine during our visit and that made things better, thanks for the comments !
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All very nice!!! Number 6 is my favorite.
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Old Feb 18, 2011, 3:22 PM   #5
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These are fantastic too! I also love the ducks and #6. Great colors and clarity.

If I had to be picky, then I would say try not to crop off the tail in #2 and 3. And #5 should have the waterline level. Just little things that can be distracting.
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Old Feb 18, 2011, 3:31 PM   #6
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Hmm thanks , the 2 and 3 are not cropped its just me :P i have to work on my framing and angles

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Hmm thanks , the 2 and 3 are not cropped its just me :P i have to work on my framing and angles

This one maybe is better now

Yes much better! And don't take me wrong about the cropping. These are still very good shots! Sometimes when this happens, you can crop the image ever further to make it look like you intended to only capture part of the subject (like a closeup of the bird's face or upper body). Sometime that works, sometimes not...
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Lol dont worry, thats the reason i post photos for people to see and comment and get the feedback :P I am not a professional (yet)
Hmm what you said about the cropping is very interesting i never thought of it
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Hi geoper, thanks for sharing these! It looks incredibly cold!

You've taken some really good photos there - well done. And yes, the river looks better now that it's straight
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Hi There - a lovely series of shots and boy does it look cold. Liking your No.3 shot of the swan. In this case I dont think it is too much of a prob that the tail is cut off as you have the 3 other little black birds around the swan and parts of them are cut off as well, so the mirroring of all the birds (ie part of all of them is cut off) pulls it all together for me. Lovely reflections as well - did you use a "star reflector" lens?? Looking forward to seeing more of your work.
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