No lah....just to let you know that the FZ1 is capable of better things. What I have posted is straight from the camera with no tweaks whatsoever. Everything is taken straight from the camera and just resized. The last shot is actually a BARCO LED screen taken when I was at their seminar in Penang.
Actually, I don't own any photoshop program...heheheheh. Don't even know how to use it. I just shoot what I see. Only thing I know is that my FZ1 has been flashed to FZ2 thats all. Most of the time I am in program mode and let the camera make the decision.
Actually hor, you are right in that what's the point of buying a great camera and photoshop the shots till death. I like my FZ1 even though it is 2MP. It has given me great services. Here are two more shots.....same situation, just straight from the camera and resized.
Full size picture is available if anyone wish to have the photos scrutinised. Just let me have your email and I will send it to you.
Hi Kym, Do you think it's possible to simulate the noisy photos and then use the best setting to take another for comparison using your FZ1? :think:
I like doing experiment, I tried to put a small piece of semi-transparent foam on top of a black plastic plate. There is difference if I change the ISO setting from 80 to 400 shoting at low-light using my FZ3. But I can't repeat such worst case. :dunno:
Ok....will give it a try this evening and post it if I can find free space with my provider...heheheh. Those few photos I have posted takes up all available allotment from my ISP. I may have to delete a couple to post the test shots.
for place with good lighting, i just set the dial mode to Auto, it will capture great shots without any tweaking, this i took on a sunny day at 9plus am in the morning at imm carpark
for places with bad lighting, like in shopping centers especially, using auto is not advisable, because it will tweak up ur iso to 200 and above which is a definite NO NO for fz1, best is use manual settings and tweak..this was taken at imm stage
After the upgrade, take a pic. The number will be first pic P100001.
Next, connect camera to PC, use Windows explorer to rename it to your last pic number. Disconnect from PC. The next pic you take will continue from the renamed number.