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Great natwald 2006-10-13 5:03

This Focal Length is good for arty pictures, but for a formal one like this why don't you try one at about 18-22mm to take the squashed look out?

It also looks like you've reduced the contrast apart from the building.

Old 10-14-2006, 10:31 PM
jhm jhm is offline
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Default To natwald: 18-22mm

Hi Nathan,

I deeply appreciate your visit and comment toward my picture.

A lens 18-22mm, a pity but I have not comparable lens!

Have a nice sunday,

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Old 10-15-2006, 08:07 PM
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Default Re: To natwald: 18-22mm

Hi John,
I mean, use that focal length with your Canon 16-35mm to take the distortion out.

I have had a very nice Sunday so far thanks; cycled along the river and had a very nice faggot ( :) for lunch. And now, a roast dinner, haha!

Hope you enjoyed your weekend too,

ps. Thanks for your comment on my 'Brant Fell 2' picture. I cheated and darkened the clouds.
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