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Poster: BaldurT  (see this users gallery)
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Date: October 15, 2004
Description: Iceland 2002

File name: wwwLightHouse.jpg File size: 153229 bytes
File date: 2004:10:15 13:45:53 Camera make: SONY
Camera model: CYBERSHOT Date/Time: 2002:07:26 19:30:03
Resolution: 640 x 498 Flash used: No
Focal length: 17.0mm Exposure time: 0.0010 s (1/1000)
Aperture: f/8.0 ISO equiv.: 100
Metering Mode: center weight Exposure: program (auto)
Jpeg Quality: normal Jpeg process: Baseline


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Registered: April 2004
Location: Canada
Posts: 3397
October 15, 2004 12:48pm

Iceland has better clouds than us. Beautiful reds.

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Registered: January 2005
Location: United States
Posts: 25
April 5, 2005 8:40pm

Is it me or does cybershots seem to capture color a bit different than other cameras?

BaldurT: Your photos a very beautiful and so is your post production skills. I noticed many of your photos were shot in auto program, awesome! Smile

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Registered: September 2004
Location: United States
Posts: 2696
April 5, 2005 11:37pm

Thanks Jim.

Thank you WarpDriveKid, The sony Cypershot has a great ability to capture color accurately and then some, that is one of the tings I really like about it. However I must admit that id did not com out of the camera this way.
I have gone back and done PP work on some of my shots as my skills have increased.
I shot almost exclusively in full auto with the 707, it did a great job on it's own and I did not have the photo-bug rekindled at that time.

Thanks again.

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Registered: January 2005
Location: United States
Posts: 25
April 6, 2005 12:39pm

BaldurT: I read of others griping about those that shoot in full auto....many pay for the camera to perform it's technical wonderments....why not shoot auto? :-) You got the shot and they are all great shots. But I'm the new guy here :D

Sony Cybershot chips do seem to add something, then when you ad a little saturation, contrast, bang!

Bottom line, I look forward to learning how to work with PS as well as you have displayed, as among many on this forum.