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Old May 20, 2008, 5:49 AM   #11
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Flying Fossil wrote:
Very true, and so what is your message?
I personally love these.

musket wrote:
Choice of scenes and shooting angles are really what you

need to think about here, very contrasty scenes that have

extremes of shadow and sunlight inevitably end up with

burned out parts in the photographs, the good thing about

digital photography is you can always throw away the bad ones

and try again................:-)..............musket.
So much for the critique

and now for the technique :-)

I had a look at the exif's on the photo's

in #1 and#2, in 'Californian sunshine', you've exposed at f4 f5 which are fairly

open stops and 1/60 1/80 sec's which are fairly long and iso 200 which is more

sensitive in strong sunshine than 100 iso or less, might just explain the burned

out parts in the scenes............musket.

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Old May 20, 2008, 1:26 PM   #12
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Hey, lighten up guys... remember, in a written format such as this it's easy to misunderstand someone's commits. Especially[/i] when we're dealing with different cultures.

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Old May 20, 2008, 11:58 PM   #13
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One shouldn't post in the Critiques and Techniques section unless s/he is willing to accept well meaning suggestions. Can't be sensitive or defensive if you want to improve. There are lots of good folks here that just want to help make you a better photographer and editor.
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