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Old Dec 12, 2005, 6:46 AM   #1
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It was a sunny day and couldnt really find a good place to shoot these but here's what i got.









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Old Dec 12, 2005, 8:30 AM   #3
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WOW^9 !... is the only thing I can say.

Fors close up is impressively clean and attractive and #4 is great. Thanks fopr posting these gems


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Old Dec 12, 2005, 10:28 AM   #4
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Nice photos and truck! I like the angle on the Ford emblem in #2. Don
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Old Dec 12, 2005, 2:26 PM   #5
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Good job on the pictures Stump! But where's the attractive model that should be standing next to it, (the truck), pointing to it!? :-)Jim
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Good job on the pictures Stump! But where's the attractive model that should be standing next to it, (the truck), pointing to it!? :-)Jim
Oh, you mean that really cute, well-built guy?

With a truck like that who needs a model? The Ford emblem is a really neat photo, it's my favorite. #4 certainly makes the point that this is one tough truck. I think it would be possible to get rid of the shadow-caused blue cast to#3 with a bit of photoshop, wouldn't it?
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Noooooo, I was thinking more of the other gender!:-) Jim
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Old Dec 12, 2005, 5:06 PM   #8
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Do you shoot them in auto exposure or any tweaked settings. I have been playing around with my FZ30 for a couple of days now, and it's autoexposure doesn't seem to be as dead-on as my previous FZ20. In fact, it appears to underexpose too often. But then again, I just started testing it. What's your experience?
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Do you shoot them in auto exposure or any tweaked settings. I have been playing around with my FZ30 for a couple of days now, and it's autoexposure doesn't seem to be as dead-on as my previous FZ20. In fact, it appears to underexpose too often. But then again, I just started testing it. What's your experience?
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Old Dec 12, 2005, 9:15 PM   #10
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I do my best using arp priority. I just use it to set my field of depth and go with it. Usually turn out good. I watch the histogram too. Sometimes go full manual and use the histogram. Arp priority is a lot easier though.
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