Hi, Thought I'd Show You Some Of My Own Favourites

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  1. ianm

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    Thought I'd jump in and let you pull my "enthusiast" favourites apart :D

    taking with a lowly Olympus C350 :D


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    The main problem I have with a compact is that the photo I take generally isn't what i'm seeing through my viewfinder, and it kinda bugs me at time - just one of th reasons i'm getting a DSLR :)
     
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    Nice.

    The only thing I'd change is the sky's blown out on #1.
     
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    You will love the control of a DSLR after having a P&S.
     
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    #3 and 4 are my fav's. good job! keep up the good work :eek:)
     
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    I have this problem too. I have an advanced P&S and I play with all the settings trying to fix this and I cant. Would a UV filter help??
     
  6. ianm

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    Thanks guys, glad you like em

    yeah, i know, wasn't paying much attention to the sky on that on tbh - but it would have been better
     
  7. NikonLady52

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    I really like:
    #1 even though there is lost detail in the sky. A crop to remove the sky still makes for an excellent composition.

    # 2 would benefit from a circular Polarizer,,But I like the composition.

    #3 makes me wonder what is over the ridge.

    # 4 looks more dramatic without the sky and the sun glare..Crop to just above the distant walkers head and the image just pops.
    Overall, for a P&S not bad work. That's why I don't like them..The limitations would not set well with me. I like having control of the camera, not it controlling me.
     
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    Nice shots. I would crop the leaves in the first photo in the upper left hand side, they are a little distracting. Keep up the good work.
     
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    thanks again, interesting recommendations - i might play with those :)
     
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    What adjustments would you need to make to keep the foreground bright but bring out the detail in clouds or the blue of a clear sky?? Filters??
     

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