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Old Dec 17, 2007, 2:56 AM   #1
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Yes I reposted this from the panasonic page. I figured this page had a bigger variety of the people. Most people with Canon's and Nikons I didn't think would look at the Panasonic section. SO,I wanted some feedback if anyone has any pros or cons in my pics. What to do to get a generally better pic from different focus, colors, what I should leave in the pic should I zoom in further. Just anything that is bad I would like to hear to get better

fist is a new one so click this I didn't figure out the coffee break thing yet so I'm using the sheet someone gave me for help :-D thanks again

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Old Dec 17, 2007, 7:38 AM   #2
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My only complaint is for you to learn the maximum photo size to post so we dont have to scroll around to look at it. Approx 10x8 inches at 72 dpi is usually enough on my monitor.
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Old Dec 17, 2007, 11:03 AM   #3
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Very nice series. The fz18 is a very capable all in one, like many of the others in the fz series. I've been thinking of buying one of these to add to my fz2 and fz15. I like the gator shot, but it seems oversaturated, as do some of the others too. That's about all I can see to critique. All the others are very nice too. You can't beat the Leica lens on the fz's for an all in one camera. As long as there's plenty of light, they can do an admirable job....cheers...Don
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Old Dec 17, 2007, 11:05 PM   #4
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Lots of good shots in that set, reminds me of when I was living in Louisiana.
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Old Dec 23, 2007, 2:49 AM   #5
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Saturation complaint. I see that now. I didn't do it very well since I just did a quick fix on flickr. I had my monitor dimmed too because it was night time and its too bright.

As the size thing. I'm sorry about that I didn't know if it just fit to your monitor since it fits very easy on mine. I kinda thought it would just shrink like a web page typically does. My mistake tho I'll make sure to make it smaller for the majority of viewers.

The contrast now that I look does seem more than a bit high. I just didn't want to have them look to plain. I'll learn :-D
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