Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by Battou, Aug 23, 2007.
The Allegheny River I live right next to it I can't resist
Nice and peaceful. Could it be a tad overexposed?
Nevertheless - since you live right next to it: do you ever do any boating on it (canoeing or something similarly smooth and quiet)? Or do you fish from the banks? Or do you swim in it?
The overexposure is a fault in the camera as I am finding. Even with exposure compensation zeroed out I still hear that a lot and any attempt to compensate manually meets with failure.
Negitive on the boating aspect, I just don't wan't to flip the bill for a boat, not to mention it is shallower than it looks. I do however fish it periodically. Then again I have seen her in a rage and it scares the tar out of me, so when and if I do get a boat I'll keep it in the lake.
(sorry for the DP)
Took these earlier today.
All of the shots in this series are nice, though the original is my favorite. Just out of curiosity, what camera do you use?
Kodak ES C743 It's a standard wal-mart variety digital camera
Hey, some of those Wal-Mart variety digital cameras are pretty nice, but I know what you mean. I've found that overexposure seems to be an issue with most point and shoots. I've owned an HP, a Nikon, and now a Kodak, and they all seem to do it, so it's not just your camera.
I forgot I had these.
One of those bad days
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