Remembering Summer

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  1. jstuedle

    jstuedle No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Just a peacefull day by the pond. Your comments welcome.

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    Nikon D1X, 24-120mm zoom @ 40mm, ISO 200, 1/640 sec. @ f/8
     
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    very pretty shot! I love summer, but I wish Fall would hang around longer.. goes by too fast!
     
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    A very pretty picture. Just lovely. I could live where it is summer all year long. I hate the cold.
     
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    neat shot john! :thumbup:
     
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    I knew we had the same camera, but presumably the same lens as well! (VR I'm assuming) You have excellent taste! ;)

    As far as the photo it looks good but I think you could make it even better with some fine-tuning of contrast and especially saturation. Make the colors pop!
     
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    No, mine is the older version, I would like the VR but can't justify spending money on another 24-120. This shot was posted as it's printed. When I pump up the saturation and contrast, the print looks very artificial. So I left it as it is.
     

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