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Old Jun 2, 2010, 7:51 PM   #1
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Tried out my S90 this past weekend and did some people shots. Resolution appears very good; some low light images showed good results as well. Cropping, resizing and minor sharpening only.

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nice, so it looks like you are enjoying your new toy
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I like them both. The second one is fun!
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Old Jun 2, 2010, 7:59 PM   #4
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It is a great little pocket camera for when the big camera is just to impractical to carry around.
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Thanks Mike & ST: The S90 definitely has some very good IQ. I plan to carry it around with me for those spontaneous photo ops. Zoom is limited to 3X. On the other hand, that's why I have the 70-200 f/2.8 and the D300s!
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I like them both, particularly of the sitting man...#1....never seen a picture of a person taken at that angle. Great shot.
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I like them both, particularly of the sitting man...#1....never seen a picture of a person taken at that angle. Great shot.
Thanks Les. I was on an upper tier of a landing watching a band perform and happened to look over the railing and saw this man from above--just thought it made for an interesting composition!
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Both fun shots taken from fun angles.
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They are both really cool shots - thanks for showing us new angles for people shots
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Thank GJ and Markus. I hadn't necessarily planned these shots...just saw the stilt walker and wondered how to convey his height; saw the gentlement from above and it made for an interesting angle. I was most interested in trying out the S90 though
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