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    Red face Dawn at jetty~~

    shot at LCK Jetty on provia400.
    nice n scenic place.....
    lens used is the AFS24-85mm/3.5-4.5









    Last edited by hackie; 24th February 2003 at 05:10 PM.

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    Very nice colours you have.

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    Good composition and color, especially the 3rd shot. And I see the brown doggie is still there...

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    thanks..

    zip.. tat doggie a good fren of urs ah?

    btw dunno why there's a scan line on the slides, visible on all.
    the lines r not on the slides..
    anyone noes why n how to solve it?
    scanner is a Nikon CS IV..

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    beautiful images with a harmony of colours...

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    Impressive!

    Did you use a filter of some sort for these shots?

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    Originally posted by hackie
    thanks..

    zip.. tat doggie a good fren of urs ah?

    btw dunno why there's a scan line on the slides, visible on all.
    the lines r not on the slides..
    anyone noes why n how to solve it?
    scanner is a Nikon CS IV..
    how much do you pay for your Nikon CS IV.?

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    Originally posted by hackie
    thanks..
    btw dunno why there's a scan line on the slides, visible on all.
    the lines r not on the slides..
    anyone noes why n how to solve it?
    scanner is a Nikon CS IV..
    see the reflection of the slides ... u can see the lines easily if there is any ...
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    Originally posted by zha
    Impressive!

    Did you use a filter of some sort for these shots?
    eeerr.. i can't remember..
    but if i did, it wld onli be a polariser..

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    Originally posted by jesser


    how much do you pay for your Nikon CS IV.?
    i shared it with a few frens..
    abt $1.2k if i'm not wrong.

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    Originally posted by megaweb

    see the reflection of the slides ... u can see the lines easily if there is any ...
    the line is not on the slides.. (diff strips)
    n its at the same place on every slide..
    hmmm...
    Last edited by hackie; 24th February 2003 at 10:35 PM.

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    Woa those are realli nice coloured skies u got there!! very well done all the pics. I wish i was there at that moment. where were they taken ?

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    wonderful pictures... i like the colour bery much....

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    Nice pictures Jackie. Remind me of the good days where I can go anywhere at anytime to take picture. I now have a family ......

    Anyway, I am using Nikon Scanner IV too. It was about $1200 when I bought it last year and I was told its now $1100 at CP. Its a great scanner and I certainly do not have the line across. You may want to consider sending it for servicing. It could be dust in the lens inside.

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    hi.. these photo were taken at LCK jetty.. peaceful place, except for the dogs running around.

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    Originally posted by afreeman
    Nice pictures Jackie. Remind me of the good days where I can go anywhere at anytime to take picture. I now have a family ......

    Anyway, I am using Nikon Scanner IV too. It was about $1200 when I bought it last year and I was told its now $1100 at CP. Its a great scanner and I certainly do not have the line across. You may want to consider sending it for servicing. It could be dust in the lens inside.
    ic.. thanks.. gonna scan a few more slides to test..

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    NICE!!! I like no. 1, 3, 5

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    Originally posted by serendipity
    NICE!!! I like no. 1, 3, 5
    u like odd nos ya?

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    I have been trying to get dramatic shots of clouds at sunset, but my pictures often turn out dissapointing.

    Most of the time I use slow speed films, will using slides make a huge diffrerence at all?

    Perhaps a filter would do the trick...?

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