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31st January 2008, 09:06 PM
The following images have been taken using E3 and trying to take advantage of new features in the camera.

First thing is to leave the dog at home


Using the LCD screen and camera on Benbo tripod giving low view point.


The following two images show the advantage of the graduation feature. Both were handheld, the second with graduation set to Auto.



The last image is 85mm f 1.4 Carl Zeiss lens attached to E3


31st January 2008, 09:59 PM
A great set of photos and a good demonstration of the E3. I particularly liked he first shot and piece of advice! ;)

31st January 2008, 11:16 PM
A great set of photos and a good demonstration of the E3. I particularly liked he first shot and piece of advice! ;)

I agree with the images although the last appealed more to me.

As for leaving the dog behind, I am not sure I can as it is the only time I can go out on a photo shoot. I know he gets in the way and spoils some of my photo opportunities but I couldn't leave all 8 stone of him behind. He's great company.

Best regards


1st February 2008, 08:38 AM
Thanks for the feedback, the comment on my Westy was of course in jest, just as you are setting up a shot she's bound to be where you least want her.:eek:


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1st February 2008, 08:46 AM
I like the examples on gradation a lot. Shows real potential. I have only been able to fiddle with it so far on RAW files through master and found it was useful. It is another one to try out for me on jpgs straight from the camera where there is some texture to pull out. A good prompt.

Am I the only person worried about Peter's eight stone dog! :eek: It must take him for a walk. Probably exactly when it wants too. Does it work out?


1st February 2008, 11:28 AM
Peter's dog

I had the pleasure of meeting him the other week, a great pleasure it was and his dog has a great talent to serenade the sirens of the emergency vehicles.