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Old Jun 19, 2005, 2:35 AM   #1
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Not used to taking scenery shots, any comments to help improve would be appreciated.
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Old Jun 19, 2005, 2:45 AM   #5
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This is what I went for, but seeing Panasonic don't do an underwater casing I had to use my sony P9.


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Come on Panasonic, firmware updates, underwater casings.... just think how much further you could take things.
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OK Steve, you're putting us on, right?... These photos are great!!!

The only thing I would do is up the contrast and color saturation a little on #1 and 2...and I would have given the island on #4 a little more headroom. But that's just me. Congratulations on a great shoot.

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Very nice indeed. cant really comment on what to improve, as i havent shot much scenery in digital yet... but especially like #4.
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Old Jun 20, 2005, 9:28 AM   #9
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Thanks for your comments.

I agree I think #4 could have had a little more headroom. You learn by your mistakes.

I only wish I had had an underwater casing for the Fz20.
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Thanks for your comments.

I agree I think #4 could have had a little more headroom. You learn by your mistakes.

I only wish I had had an underwater casing for the Fz20.
For underwater housing, check this site out:

http://www.camerasunderwater.co.uk/d...panasonic.html

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