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  • Ness Falls by Coppertone

    Thanks for the comments. There are no effects in this photo, I don't know what you are refering to articfox, maybe the brownish colour water?, but this is all natural colour.
    • 26 Oct 2004 8:56PM
  • Mossrooms by Coppertone

    Thanks Ian & Richard for the feedback.
    I was also disappointed with the sharpness of the mushrooms. I would have loved to have had a tripod with me as the lighting (dark from surrounding trees)was not ideal for handheld shooting, plus I was shooting in macro mode. I am only starting to get used to my camera plus I am a complete novice at photoshop. Thanks for the DOF tip, I have a habit of using the widest apature when looking for a shallow DOF. Now I realise I could have closed it down more and still acheived a satisfactory DOF.
    • 11 Oct 2004 2:58PM
  • Dinosaur Path by Coppertone

    Thanks for the comments everyone. Cheryl, no need to see a shrink, your portfolio is great and a bit more normal than mine.
    • 9 Oct 2004 9:55AM
  • Tonight, Tonight by josspowick

    I don't think there is too much of a silhouette. I have just uploaded a sunset silhouette but I think this is better.
    • 4 Aug 2004 9:28PM
  • Rannoch Winter by peter74

    Fantastic. Even though it looks cold, it makes you want to be there.
    Kev.
    • 13 Jan 2004 10:03AM
  • Venice in the desert by Coppertone

    Thanks Elaine,
    This photo is not the clearest as I had to scan it in using a flatbed scanner (old one at that). I think i'll get my snaps put on to photo cd in future.
    • 24 Nov 2003 3:11PM
  • in concert by johnL

    I think this is a great picture. At first view it is very deceiving, you almost think that the instrument head is growing out of the piano and once your eyes adjust you realise you are getting a very close up and personal peek over the bass players shoulder.
    Great shot and well framed.

    I agree with earlier comments that it would look great in a classical music magazine.

    Kev.
    • 6 Oct 2003 4:05PM
  • Camera Cleaning

    Paul Thanks for your comment. It put my mind at rest - after having cleaned my mirror!!! Luckily I haven't damaged it this time but I did read an interesting article ...
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  • Books for beginners to SLR photography

    A very good book is "Shoot! Everything you ever wanted to know about 35mm photography" by Liz Harvey. ISBN : 0817458697
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  • Buying in the USA.

    Thanks all for you advice. I still think it is worth a gamble buying and hoping for the best. It would save me about 120. I like to take the odd chance now and again, ...
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  • USM and Non USM ???

    I'd certainly agree with the others that in this case non USM would be sufficient for your needs while doing landscape and scenery. I must put a good word in for USM t...
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  • Big Decision

    Hi Kev, I started off with Minolta and greatly regretted this, as when you get more into your photography you will realise that Canon are the market leaders and ...
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