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Betwsycoed

By Gypsyman    
Betwsycoed.
V1. Rail Station 1. V2. River above Bridge. V3. River above Bridge 2.
V4. Jackdaw. V5. River below Bridge . V6. Small Train + Wagons.
V7. Dog under Table. V8. Rail Station 2. V9. Coffee Shop - Bicycle.

Tags: General Landscape and travel

Voters: lesliea, cats_123, achieverswales and 5 more


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17 Jul 2011 2:31AM
Very nice image Eric well taken.
Allen, Grin

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17 Jul 2011 9:05AM
Allen, did you only look at the one image ?
cats_123 Plus
12 4.4k 25 Northern Ireland
17 Jul 2011 9:09AM
nice set Eric...V8 is my fav Grin
achieverswales 5 8 101 Wales
17 Jul 2011 11:07AM
Hi Mate
Still having some problems with whites burning out, has the camera got a compensation button! if it has minus composition of at least two stops should cure the problem, if not then you will have to live with the problem.

Like the set again Betwsycoed is a fascinating place, I like drawn to V8 and V9, keep captureing mate.

Regards

Trev.
pluckyfilly Plus
9 350 33 United Kingdom
17 Jul 2011 2:28PM
if not a compensation button what software are you using Picasa has good oppportunities free online
banehawi Plus
11 1.3k 3351 Canada
17 Jul 2011 2:43PM
Hi Eric, - you have a lot of nice images in you portfolio, and a good eye for a shot.

However, most of your shots appear to be eirther overexposed, or over processed. So could I ask if your shots are straight from the camera, or do you apply some post processing other than re sizing? And when you re size, are you applying sharpening to the re sized shots?

The camera does have the ability to apply manually an exposure compensation of + or - 2 stops; it also has a number of "modes" including an HDR Art mode that looks a little like some of your shots, - so I also wonder if you can lets know which 'mode" you are using?


Thanks



Willie
17 Jul 2011 7:55PM
Another lovely set.Well done..Lin

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