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Old Jun 14, 2010, 4:25 PM   #1
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The weather cooperated after lunch... then turned nasty after supper... but fun day anyway, to be out and about.







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Old Jun 14, 2010, 4:32 PM   #2
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Hey...these look like they were taken with your Nokia

#3 is my favorite...nicely done!

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Old Jun 14, 2010, 5:05 PM   #3
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Great shots mate!

Love the last one, the sky, the reflections, all beautiful.
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Old Jun 14, 2010, 5:12 PM   #4
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2nd shot is awesome. What camera?
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All really good, Ned, but number 2 is my fav of the bunch.
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Wow, I can really see the difference in IQ on these Ned.
#1. is just what I was thinking of when I saw the photo you posted the other day. Good job. #2 is awesome, #3 is great and I really like the sky reflection in #5.
Overall, I'd say you had a great day!
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My favorite is the second one - outstanding shot! While I also like the last two, it's too bad that the highlights on a couple of boats clipped - I find them somewhat distracting from a picture that I otherwise love. And the third one is a scene I could sit and stare at for hours.
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I love the last one Ned ...... however that first one has wonderful potential for HDR ! You should give that one a go, the sky, the foliage but particularly the different coloured boats .
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First of all, thank you so kindly, for your comments and suggestions. Just so glad you liked the photo. I will reshoot these photos someday, when I get a better lens and have a good tripod (which I don't have since I moved to Finland).

All the best.

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Old Jun 15, 2010, 12:58 AM   #10
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Hey...these look like they were taken with your Nokia

#3 is my favorite...nicely done!

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I love the last one Ned ...... however that first one has wonderful potential for HDR ! You should give that one a go, the sky, the foliage but particularly the different coloured boats .

Hiya! Thanks for your comments. You know, I have never, ever done a HDR. Being new to DSLR compared to film, I know didly squat about HDR, but from all that I have seen in this forum, I sure would like to learn.

Many thanks!

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