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  mdchachi 2004-07-02 21:39

Very interesting shot. Might want to crop off some of the top to reduce the large overexposed spot at the top right, it's somewhat distracting. Also consider cloning out the pink spot at the bottom left.

Is U/V a problem for digital cameras? I always thought that was a film issue. My guess is that your cameras white-balance was somehow way out of wack or the camera was otherwise "fooled" in some way.

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Old 07-05-2004, 09:04 AM
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Default To mdchachi: Pink spot

Hey!
useful note you provided me with. As for the pink spot en the lower left orner, Gaijin's workshop does it very well. The U/V problematic... ? I asked and was told digital cameras might get out of use when overexposed to U/V. I actually didn't do that intentionnaly, indeed. I saw when I set the focuse that the picture was blue and shot. I shot again a couple of minutes later and the same pic was pink. I might post it as well, then...
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