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    Husky dogs

    Hi!

    First time testing my new lens 100mm/f and I got a great models to test

    Tell me your opinion about the photos and give a feedback

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    Last edited by jappe; 4th July 2011 at 08:44 PM.

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    Re: Husky dogs

    I think they are very good images that you have made. But, if you could post them into your own post here on CiC it would help more people see them, more easily.

    If you have any difficulties in posting images into your messages, then please read the help page available via HELP/Rules tab above.

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    Re: Husky dogs

    A pair of beautiful dogs... I love huskies but, I consider my area of Southern California too hot for them.

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    Re: Husky dogs

    I had a problem to add the photos here but for now the problem is solved, so thats way I put the direct link to my website. Now all can see the photos here on forum.

    Thanks for comments!

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    Re: Husky dogs

    I like the last two the most Jarno, I'm not sure about the yellow filter, maybe it is my eyes but I can see yellow. They are very fine photo's.

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    Re: Husky dogs

    Hi Jarno,

    Very good effort, good focus (needs to be at f/2 ).

    I agree with Steve about the yellow cast or filter, not sure if that was deliberate or not?

    The first, taken at 1/8s, is beginning to show a bit of camera or subject movement, but they're still great pics.

    Cheers,

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    Re: Husky dogs

    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Humphries View Post
    Hi Jarno,

    Very good effort, good focus (needs to be at f/2 ).

    I agree with Steve about the yellow cast or filter, not sure if that was deliberate or not?

    The first, taken at 1/8s, is beginning to show a bit of camera or subject movement, but they're still great pics.

    Cheers,
    Hi!

    I agree that! Now I see all yellow and wondering why is so that..mmh..perhaps beacause of dog's fur reflected the colour of yellow and I've taken pictures in nature light inside or my whitebalance is wrongly set up?

    Camera was ste up mode P

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    Re: Husky dogs

    Nice photos! but cant say they are in any sense an origanal idea or concept, or that there was much artistic creativity.
    Jim

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    Re: Husky dogs

    Quote Originally Posted by jappe View Post
    Hi!

    I agree that! Now I see all yellow and wondering why is so that..mmh..perhaps beacause of dog's fur reflected the colour of yellow and I've taken pictures in nature light inside or my whitebalance is wrongly set up?

    Camera was ste up mode P
    Hi Jarno,

    The P mode won't have any effect on the WB.

    The WB may be set to Auto, or perhaps it is set to daylight?
    The background in the third looks almost white, so I wonder if the dogs were actually lit more by artificial light?

    Cheers,

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