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  1. JonMikal

    JonMikal TPF Noob!

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    ok, here i am in the critique gallery where i said i didn't like to post. danalec99 converted me :)

    i was playing around with RAW settings the other night and totally screwed up, but i was wondering what you thought of the angle etc. thank you.

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  2. Zoolfoos

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    I like the angle on the first one. I think the second one would be better if you could see the child's face. I don't really know why, but, it just seems that way, I guess. The last one is interesting. The third one is a bit blurred. Other than that... I like them a lot. Overall... great photographs! :D

    I know you were asking about the angle... but, I think they would be interesting in b/w.
     
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    Convert it to B&W, and see if you like it.
     
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    Jeff Canes No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    IMO

    #1: I do not like wall on the left, could try cropping
    #2: does not work for me, sorry
    #3: I like this one, good DOF, but would crop a little off the left & bottom
    #4: ditto on the B&W
     
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    thanks everyone, i'll give these a try. i'm trying to figure out the whole RAW thing. im wondering if nikon capture is the only software available for this format.
     
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    Sigh, I haven't been able to see your last few posts since they are all red x's. You run out of bandwidth or something? All I see are 'great shot!' and I can't see nuthin!
     
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    Yeah, I can't see a thing either...
     
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    i deleted the images....just not happy with them! thanks for visiting though.
     
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    Bah humbug!

    Anyway photoshop will read NEF files as will PSP9. There are other RAW software that will as well. That said, I found the best options and flexibility in the Nikon Capture software. (I've only tried that, photoshop and psp9 though)
     

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