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    Fun with the DP1 !

    My first post with the DP1, quite an amazing little camera, great files!

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    Re: Fun with the DP1 !

    Nice photograph. Just got mine from Amazon but have yet to figure out how to maximize image quality. Guess what I'm saying is that I haven't figured out the Sigma Photo Pro software. Tomorrow I'll stress out the camera and see what I get.

    George

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    Re: Fun with the DP1 !

    Welcome aboard. There's a good following of the DP1 here, myself included.
    Post any questions and some one should have an answer for ya...

    Nice Tulip......shooter

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    Re: Fun with the DP1 !

    I waited all day but finally can't resist....Gardening is sooooo relaxing.....
    Here's 1 of just many....
    DP1 of course.....

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    Summer White with DP1

    I really enjoy working with the files from the DP1 and for me underexposure makes things work much better with the Foveon sensor.

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    Re: Fun with the DP1 !

    Welcome to teh forum!

    Nice images as well.

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    Re: Fun with the DP1 !

    Welcome to the forum! Very nice shot. I completely agree with you that underexposure works wonders with Foveon, otherwise images sometimes seem lifeless.

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    Summer White repost portrait orientation

    One of my coworkers suggested a portrait orientation and yes I like it better myself.

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