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Jan 13, 2007 15:39 |  #1

A flight shot taken at Amble harbour, sorry its just a common bird but i figure to practice on these in the hope it will all come good one day.

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Jan 13, 2007 15:53 |  #2

My, that fairly pops, Brian - very nice!

The only suggestion I would make is to pull back on the contrast: I've had a quick play, and lowering the contrast (quite a bit) makes it much more natural-looking on my monitor.

Tell you one thing though - no sharpness concerns as far as I can see..!


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Jan 13, 2007 16:02 |  #3

Nice sharp shot.




  
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Jan 14, 2007 00:36 |  #4

Thanks Guys, Keith could be my monitor but it don't look too bad for contrast though there is a slight difference between your shot.
As to the sharpness , the post on the lens made me realise i was doing quite a few things wrong and so i am trying to remember everything and often failing.

Been dancing back n forth between the two images Keith and i think your right cant remember if i altered the contrast PS so this may be straight from the camera.

Boy Jack thanks for taking the time to comment, your Gull pics are superb.

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