New D50, first images + some old ones too

Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by ChrisA, Mar 15, 2006.

  1. ChrisA macrumors G4

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    I just put some sample images up on my server. All were processed on my "new" MacMini using iPhoto and Gimp. I just bought a new Nikon DSLR last Monday and of course the first things I think to shoot are some flowers and a quick "grab shot" of my daughter. This is my first attempt to photograh fowers in many years

    The ones that are labled DSCxxx are from the Nikon D50 the IMGxxx files are from a little Canon A85 point and shoot. You really can see the differance if you select "full size" images however the smaller size downloads faster. this software les you pick.

    he server is this littlebox undermy desk on a residential DSL line so don't xpect great speed

    http://albertson.dyndns.org/photo/index.cgi?mode=view&album=/Samples

    Comments and critiques welcome. I'd like to hear what you don't like actually more than what you do.
     
  2. Abstract macrumors Penryn

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    My favourite shot of yours was actually taken using the Canon A85.
     
  3. law guy macrumors 6502a

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    My favorite is the A80 image of the trees - 0969, I believe. That's really an interesting / pretty shot - Almost like an illustration.
     
  4. Abstract macrumors Penryn

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    Yeah, that's the one I'm talking about as well. I'm not sure how the leaves ended up so wishy-washy, but I like the "layers" of leaves. I also like the person sitting in the grass in the background. You don't see the person at first, but when you do, he does add to this particular image a bit. Maybe the first few "layers" of leaves are a bit blurred because of a slight wind or something, but it works very well, like an illustration, and the different shades of green in all those layers makes it great.

    Where did you take all those underwater shots?
     

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