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|29th January 2008, 13:41||#2492|
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My first serious trial on shooting animals, not wildlife though . Please help with comments to shot better.
NO...... I am not going to share my lunch with you......
And when I started getting closer, reaction time...... I gave the tint and cropped to get that scary feeling.....
|29th January 2008, 14:50||#2494|
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a lot of your shots looks overcontrasty, oversaturated.... i am looking them up in my NEC lcd monitor which i think is reasonably calibrated. for example this mans face has dark shadow and back side of his shirt is fully blown away.
There is a lot of difference between the pics that you post in this thread and the pics of the baleno twins, that you posted in the another thread.
|29th January 2008, 15:49||#2495|
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Guru like I said earlier, my lazy rear hasn't gotten me a chance to fix my desktop monitor as yet. All the editing done on my lousie lappie. Well he loves to play games with my eyes.
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|30th January 2008, 00:30||#2505|
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Try it at 7AM morning sun instead of 8:32AM sun, you will get much pleasant results.
Something from my old stock, see what less harsh light can do, it shows more details.
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