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Old Jan 20, 2012, 8:48 AM   #1
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Old Jan 20, 2012, 10:06 AM   #2
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These are so well done saly that even DSLRs would be put to shame!
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Speechless Saly! Again amazing series, all are excellent.
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never a bad one from you Saly.
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Excellent Saly! It must be so nice to have a place like that close by.

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Old Jan 20, 2012, 5:37 PM   #6
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Crisp & Clean shots Saly, I agree with "Wanaclick".
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Old Jan 21, 2012, 12:11 AM   #7
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Thanks everyone! It's all thanks to the bright sun and some cooperative bugs enjoying the flowers and warm weather
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These are so well done saly that even DSLRs would be put to shame!
You can say that again...I'm having a big debate with a friend of mine about FF vs. mirrorless cameras (I have bought into the m4/3 system a couple of years ago and love it!). I can't picture myself carrying those big, bulky and heavy cameras and lenses anymore.

Saly, your PP technique is great (whatever it is that you do) and you obtain some real good results. Well done.
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Thanks Tullio, I'm always torn between which camera to take with me, FZ35 or GF1. Typically I use the FZ for macro, and GF1 for all else including birding, my other passion

As for PP, these are pretty much SOOC, but I am posting the originals below to show you what's been done. Most only have "Darken Highlights" and cropping.

Here are the originals SOOC:

#1 Darkened highlights and cropped



#2 Darkened highlights and cropped




#3 Darkened highlights and corpped




#4 This probably had most work done - adjusted Lighting Level to darken, and increased Color Saturation to bring out more colors




#5 Darkened Highlights and cropped
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impressive results Saly
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