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jeanie Plus
12 6.0k 6 United Kingdom
14 Feb 2005 11:54AM
The lighting is perfect. A lovely shot.
Jeanie

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laurab 13 53 United Kingdom
14 Feb 2005 12:53PM
Nice, but I would have prefered the background to have been slightly out of focus as my eye is taken away from the main feature.

Laura
Gavin 11 17
14 Feb 2005 1:05PM
Great capture

Gavin
glazzaro 11 70 23 United States
14 Feb 2005 1:13PM
Well done! Spot On! Click!!!

Greg
Tooth 11 5.8k 227 Ireland
14 Feb 2005 4:38PM
thanks for all your comments. Laura B, i take your point the background could have been softened a bit - I slightly burned the two white houses for this reason, maybe could have done more

Cheers, Stephen
magda_indigo 12 418 England
16 Feb 2005 4:36PM
great light indeed, click (*:*)
evelen 11 5 England
19 Feb 2005 9:43AM
great shot.
eve.
shutter speed 11 369 United Kingdom
22 Feb 2005 11:54AM
Lovely shot and colours nice work.

Ian.
Tooth 11 5.8k 227 Ireland
22 Feb 2005 12:03PM
Thanks Magda, Eve and Ian
8 Oct 2005 8:45AM
Hello Mr.Tooth!
Sorry little english!Used all Photos from Scotland and Ireland whith Olympus C 750 UZ ? Whit Filters or not Filters?Of Jpeg or Tiff? Please give me Information.I have purchased Olympus C 750 UZ new.
Thank Jou for Answer!!

Best Regards
Bruckner Othmar
Tooth 11 5.8k 227 Ireland
11 Oct 2005 3:45PM
HI BGruckner - lots of questions Welcome to EPZ, hope to see some of your own pictures soon.

Short answers - i) I always use highest quality jpeg (SHQ) as TIFF does seem very slow and I can't see that much difference. I always keep the original though and save straight away to TIFF for any further work

The only filters I use is ND grads 2 or 3 stop on most of the shots you see that have sky in - and occasionally a polariser in the more summery scenes.

It's a great camera, the zoom is brilliant. the only problem I have is the pics come out rather dull, but I have a set workflow to improve - in order usually lightness/contrast, curves, saturation, noiseware where needed and sharpening (USM) in the foreground, then a final tweak of brightness/contrast.

One final tip get used to using the histogram while taking shots - have it on all the time and learn to interpret it

Hope that's useful, now let's see some of your results
Wink
Stephen

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