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    GRD and Dynamic Range

    Tried some new settings Teusday.

    GRD seems to have handled a fairly contrasty scene quite well

    for this though I reverted to my high contrast style
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    Re: GRD and Dynamic Range

    do you mean settings as in new surroundings?
    looks like you got out of your car and not the desolate dallas i have come to know....... and wait there is a human in the frame lol ; )
    Looks great Lili .... Happy new year

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    Re: GRD and Dynamic Range

    Quote Originally Posted by ShiroKuro View Post
    do you mean settings as in new surroundings?
    looks like you got out of your car and not the desolate dallas i have come to know....... and wait there is a human in the frame lol ; )
    Looks great Lili .... Happy new year
    Charley, thanks
    Settings and Surrounding both, a very pretty little Historic Area in Farmers Branch. shot almost 200 pics walking and in daylight
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    Yes, I ambushed another shooting. Promise to try more in the New Year
    Happy New Year to you too Charley

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    Re: GRD and Dynamic Range

    Good ones Lili! I particularly like the one of the photographer, they way the tree shadow balances the tree.

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    Re: GRD and Dynamic Range

    Quote Originally Posted by Will View Post
    Good ones Lili! I particularly like the one of the photographer, they way the tree shadow balances the tree.
    Thanks so much, Will

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    Re: GRD and Dynamic Range

    Like No. 1 best... the gas station is a hit !

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    Re: GRD and Dynamic Range

    Thanks Klaus, the more I use the GRD, the more I love it!

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    Re: GRD and Dynamic Range

    Quote Originally Posted by Will View Post
    Good ones Lili! I particularly like the one of the photographer,.....
    Indeed. And, a photographer still using a Nikon F w/ Photomic....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Per Ofverbeck View Post
    Indeed. And, a photographer still using a Nikon F w/ Photomic....
    Yes, if one uses film, there are some really great cameras out there and the "F" is definitely one of them

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