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Old Feb 12, 2005, 10:31 PM   #1
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The pictures have only been cropped and re-sized. It was a cold, gray, and hazy day. All auto settings. Did have a UV filter. Suggestions and hints welcomed.
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Old Feb 12, 2005, 10:33 PM   #2
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Old Feb 12, 2005, 10:33 PM   #3
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Old Feb 12, 2005, 10:53 PM   #4
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Nice group of images, I like 1 and 3 the best. Why the UV filter on a overcast day?

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Old Feb 13, 2005, 12:21 AM   #5
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Thanks for asking the question. Based on some of the things I read before I left it on as a lens protector and thought UV/Haze was for a hazy day. I did a google and found a site that explains a lot about various filters and their uses. I can even understand most of it. I am including the link if any other newbies want to take a look. http://dpfwiw.com/filters.htm#uv

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Old Feb 13, 2005, 1:25 AM   #6
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Boy, #3 has a great atmosphere to it. Very moody (in a good way) shot. I like the density the fog gives the picture.
I think the first shot has a lot of potential.

I hope you don't mind but I think this makes a more interesting presentation. The shot it self is great to begin with but it just crys out to be inverted. The psychology of your brain helps sell the image as normal but, not quite.
And the duck looks normal in either postion.:lol:
Nice series,

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Old Feb 13, 2005, 1:30 AM   #7
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You are right it is a 2 sided duck! :-)

Now it looks like someone left the water running in the tub, :blah:

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Thanks for asking the question. Based on some of the things I read before I left it on as a lens protector and thought UV/Haze was for a hazy day. I did a google and found a site that explains a lot about various filters and their uses. I can even understand most of it. I am including the link if any other newbies want to take a look. http://dpfwiw.com/filters.htm#uv
Hey, thanks that WAS a pretty good article. Very informative.
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Thanks - It looks good but now you had better turn that duck around or all the blood will run to his wooden head.
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Nice shots tc. I like the 3rd the best. Has a different feel to it. Cheers.............thekman.
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