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Old May 15, 2007, 11:35 PM   #11
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roy you crack me up, exactly what i was thinking.
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Old May 16, 2007, 2:42 PM   #12
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Last shot show great colours, but I have to pick the squirrel as my fav, as I have a preference for animal shots.

I think you will fit right in with the rest of the forum, and don't worry about the english, none of us are perfect.

One thing I would suggest, though is if you could resize your pics so that the longest side is around 800 pixels. That way we can fully enjoy your posts.



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NB Roy, your comment hit the nail!!!
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Old May 16, 2007, 6:30 PM   #13
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camos,
if you don't have it set, try going to ''settings'' and set the 'bright setting' to on. all your blown hi-lites will then flash black and you can adjust from there. otherwise very nice shots

what's this foolishness,
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if you don't have it set, try going to ''settings'' and set the 'bright setting' to on. all your blown hi-lites will then flash black and you can adjust from there. otherwise very nice shots

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On what programm can u do that? I have PS CS2 and I cant find this option...
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Old May 16, 2007, 9:50 PM   #15
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Hi Camos,
Roy is referring to your camera settings, not software. Once you turn this feature on, whenever you reviewa pic on the LCD it will blink over any blown high lights. It is a useful feature on the camera when you still have the opportunity (sometimes) to do the shot over.

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Old May 16, 2007, 10:00 PM   #16
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Hi Camos,
Roy is referring to your camera settings, not software. Once you turn this feature on, whenever you reviewa pic on the LCD it will blink over any blown high lights. It is a useful feature on the camera when you still have the opportunity (sometimes) to do the shot over.

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some times? is correct but it works a lot when you have evenly lit scenes as in macro and scenic scenes. shooting in raw it can make a world of difference.

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Welcome, wonderful colours in shot 4.
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Old May 18, 2007, 9:48 AM   #18
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First off, Welcome to the forums! I amgonna have to agree with everyone else... the colors in the last one are amazing, but watch out for the blown out highlights.
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