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Old Jul 22, 2011, 2:30 PM   #11
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Great shots at great job, Torgny.

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Old Jul 22, 2011, 3:15 PM   #12
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Great shots there, my fave is No.2 the lighthouse in the first set.
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Nice series Torgny, did you PP these or sootc

hard say which I like best, but the lighthouse shots are really good
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Old Jul 22, 2011, 3:27 PM   #14
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Thank you all. I'm overwhelmed by the positive response. Thank you again

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Old Jul 22, 2011, 3:33 PM   #15
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Nice series Torgny, did you PP these or sootc

hard say which I like best, but the lighthouse shots are really good

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No, I try to learn the strengths of my cameras, so I don't have to use my copy of Photoshop. Some gamma correction and suitable sharpening method though. I'm kind of oldfashioned when it comes to these matters

What is sootc, by the way?

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I forgot. Some Noise Ninja occasionally. A strange thing with the Panasonic files are that they seem sharper after a moderate use of Noise Ninja - no idea why that is. Never noticed anything similar
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Thanks for the reply Torgny, have not heard of noise ninja, will look it up

sootc = straight out of the camera
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While all are stunning; I especially love #2; the texture in the rocks against the brilliance of the lighthouse & sky are incredible!
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While all are stunning; I especially love #2; the texture in the rocks against the brilliance of the lighthouse & sky are incredible!
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Thank you. A definitve advantage with this kind of camera is the the great depth of field at large aperture openings

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