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    Default Clouds

    Comments, anyone?

    2002.05.25 13:58:24
    1/500 sec, f/4
    Mode: Manual
    Metering: Evaluative
    ISO: 50
    AF mode: Single AF
    Drive: Single frame shooting
    White balance: Cloudy
    Flash: Off


    2002.05.25 13:57:53
    1/640 sec, f/4
    Mode: Manual
    Metering: Evaluative
    ISO: 50
    AF mode: Single AF
    Drive: Single frame shooting
    White balance: Cloudy
    Flash: Off


    2002.05.25 13:56:16
    1/250 sec, f/4
    Mode: Manual
    Metering: Evaluative
    ISO: 50
    AF mode: Single AF
    Drive: Single frame shooting
    White balance: Cloudy
    Flash: Off

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    Originally posted by luisg
    comment. pics so BIG!
    changed...
    uploaded the wrong ones!!

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    newbie here as well! don't know how if my comment was good enough!.. but seams like the trees are a bit underexpose. think its better to crop the image showing only the clouds as it was your subject.
    Last edited by luisg; 25th May 2002 at 10:38 PM.

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    I would like to ask if you have a polarising filter?

    It can saturate the blue sky from the clouds and make your photos of the sky more contrasty.

    Otherwise, nice shots except for the first one. Quite distracting in the lower left corner

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    Originally posted by luisg
    newbie here as well! don't know how if my comment was good enough!.. but seams like the trees are a bit underexpose. think its better to crop the image showing only the clouds as it was your subject.
    I disagree. The trees can be silhouetted and used for framing.

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    how much is a polarising filter? thx

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    Nice... but the trees are underexposed. Quite difficult to get it right as the sky is very bright. Maybe do a exposure compensation of +0.7 or +1... may help the trees hopefully without overexposing the sky...


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    Originally posted by luisg
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    how much is a polarising filter? thx
    Cost depends on the diameter of the polarising filter you want.

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    Originally posted by mervlam
    I would like to ask if you have a polarising filter?

    It can saturate the blue sky from the clouds and make your photos of the sky more contrasty.

    Otherwise, nice shots except for the first one. Quite distracting in the lower left corner
    yupz..i used a polarizing filter....
    point noted for the first pic

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    Originally posted by luisg
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    how much is a polarising filter? thx
    I got a Hoya 52mm Circular Polarizer at CP at $35.

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    Originally posted by dbchoong
    Nice... but the trees are underexposed. Quite difficult to get it right as the sky is very bright. Maybe do a exposure compensation of +0.7 or +1... may help the trees hopefully without overexposing the sky...

    ok....sure

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