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Old Jun 7, 2004, 3:06 AM   #1
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Old Jun 7, 2004, 7:38 AM   #2
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Wow, that is cool. Did you shoot that in black/white mode on your camera, or just change it in your editor program? I have decided that I like the b/w mode on my camera better, especially if I use the orange filter on the camera, it makes the contrast a lot better, at least on the S5000. This is a cool picture, though, I like it!
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this was shot in color but changed to B/W on computer sfter. I was wondering if there is enough contrast in this photo???
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this was shot in color but changed to B/W on computer sfter. I was wondering if there is enough contrast in this photo???
You've done a wonderful job with this. As for contrast, you could burn in some of the shadow areas between the lizard and the tree to create more contrast, which might help define the lizard better. This picture is truly worth the extra effort.
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thanks, will give that a try:-)
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