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Old Nov 26, 2005, 10:56 AM   #1
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One thing I sure enjoy from this camera is it's ability for great picsin low light situations. Understanding ISO's, when to turn it up and when to turn them down is the key to taking clear shots.

Early this morning, I took a walk through the streets of Calgary for a different view.
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Old Nov 26, 2005, 10:58 AM   #3
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Those are very good Kevin! Nice and crisp, lot of detail! Jim
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Extra nice shots Kevin. I noticed onthe EXIF data that you had Contrast, Saturation & Sharpness all set on High. Do you use these settings on most of your80 ISOand long exposure shots?

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Thank you Jim and d-sr for your comments. D-sr, I set those on high a while ago and forgot about it. I have no complaints with most ofthe photos I take with this camerausing those settings.
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Very cool indeed, more so because it's home town stuff and I know the shots so well. I lke'em! Makes down town look so peaceful. (Olympic palza I presume? by City Hall...er...SILLY Hall?) I love the way you lined up and composed the structures in your shots. I have a hankering to get some shots of Silly Hall one day, such an ugly piece of archectual imagination (IMO) but ought to make a striking subject. The original bldg on the front has a lot of character and the sandstone should make an intersting shot too. Good job...

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