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June 10th, 2006 #1
Photos from Majorca (Spain) (UPDATED again JUNE 11TH)
I'll be in Spain for the next two weeks, taking pictures a lot of the time. Already within the first few hours of my trip, I got some shots that I quite like:
I'll update the thread with new pics, as my trip progresses.
Last edited by Bill Beaton; June 11th, 2006 at 09:41 AM.
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June 10th, 2006 #3
Nice shots... I like the first and the last one best ! ^^
But i have to ask... did you procces these pics?
I have bin interested in a Nikon D70s, the same cam that you are using.
So i would liked to know how the colours come out of the cam, i saw some test shots from a review site the other day and the colours were really ugly compared to the Canon 350D Olympus E-500 and Fujifilm S9500 >_<
June 10th, 2006 #4
Yeah, the colours aren't very impressive RAW. I saturated them a bit.
June 10th, 2006 #5
I see.. nice job then ^^
But I figure that the colours can be personelised in the camera?
Does that give better results? : O
June 10th, 2006 #6
I haven't explored such options yet, sorry.
Here are some more pictures:
June 10th, 2006 #7
Once again, very nice !
I like the black and white ones best : 3
That one with the nice is especially awesome !
It's also nice to see that you photograph certain people in different situations, it gives much realism to the whole, because spain is not totally made out of empty places : O it's nice to see normal people in there daily lives.
A nice escape from the typical tourist photo's
Some pics are insanly sharp ( in a positive way )
Is that crispyness out of the cam? :|
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wow impressive. i like them a lot. i´ll also bee in spain in 10 days, your photos were a little snack 4 my eyez.
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June 11th, 2006 #9
Thanks guys - glad to share my trip with you
Cypher - the sharpness is down to a number of factors:
1: good lens
2: good lighting
3: good exposure
4: good shutter speed
In some cases (namely the knife, the wheelbarrow and the window), they are even more defined because I combined the values (exposure) of two photos in order to create each of them.
Here are some more photos (from today). Sorry that they are so big. Had a great morning:
Last edited by Bill Beaton; June 11th, 2006 at 09:42 AM.
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20 and 24 are the best so far.
20 could use some cropping, and cloning out those green leaves at the top to make it perfect.