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Canon
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Canon EOS 5D Mark II
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10/1 second
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F/10.0
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Mar 14, 2010, 3:45:22 AM
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View from Rialto bridge by smatsh View from Rialto bridge by smatsh
This is night view from Rialto Bridge.
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:icongerjen:
Very nice, I like the colors.
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smatsh Feb 25, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
Thanks a lot. I didn't changhe it just like in reality :)
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:icongerjen:
Thank you that is great. I like it the way it is, this is the same with all my work, I prefer it as natural as it was taken.
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smatsh Feb 25, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
Exactly! Because everything is possible in photoshop and it is not interesting then. Photography of course shouldn't be a copy of realiy but always try to get it right in the camera.
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:icongerjen:
Wow, I agree with you fully, these days it is hard to find people with this idea. I do not own photoshop and cannot use it at all, but thanks for your welcome response I am very pleased with it. I like your gallery and will be watching you. Do look at my work hopefully you will like some.
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smatsh Feb 25, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
Thanks a lot. I'll take a look at Your gallery. I have photoshop because sometimes it is nescessary to heal something in picture but don't like so much treatment in it. But I think photoshop useful when You are going to make something absolutely unusal or for a new look of something or just to push imagination forward. But some people just draw something like very very blue sky e.t.c in it. It is unnatural and viewers usually see it. Then so much more importlant to concentrate on the picture itself and post-treatment can only help with it.
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:icongerjen:
Thank you. It is always useful and interesting to talk to more people about this. I use gimp, just to add my name to my work and nothing else. Maybe you are right about just touching something up, but I will have to learn about that. Anyway. thank you very much for your insight on this matter.
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smatsh Feb 25, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
Yes gimp the nice one and free. They have already 2-nd version. I usually use canon free software for raw converting but it has not opportunity for crop and some other cool and nescessary things.
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