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    Post your best shots with Canon G9 IYP

    Please only one picture by post.
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    G9 + ST-E2 + 430 EX against a wall.

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    Re: Post here your best shots with Canon G9 IYP

    lol sorry not me.

    I think McQ has one of them babes.
    I am happy with my tiny SD1000 when I don't want to carry any gear. It stays on me wherever I go.

    Your photo is stunning by the way!
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    Re: Post here your best shots with Canon G9 IYP

    Quote Originally Posted by xeliex View Post
    I think McQ has one of them babes.
    Yep, although it's become so popular I'm often not the one who gets to use it I'll post some from this camera soon...

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    Re: Post here your best shots with Canon G9 IYP

    Here's one taken last fall in California when I was comparing usability with the Canon G9 to an SLR:

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    The camera did quite well. It's surely fun to use, which should count for more than it often does these days.

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    great picture but it's so pale

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    I guess that's the idea... that looks like a sunrise with the morning mist beeing illuminated by the sun. The atmosphere is really nice I should say. The camera did a good job indeed.

    Now say "-That was a dusk, the mist is just flare, and there's no sun but a giant reflector" and I go and burn my camera, my negative archiver and my hard disk
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    Canon G9 shots.
    Macro mode.
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    Love my G9. I don't know if this is my best photo, but it's one I like. Picking a "best" is a bit intimidating. This was found on the side of a work truck.

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    Re: Post your best shots with Canon G9 IYP

    SRai don't get intimidated ! Ever !
    Don't care. Post your photos. The photos you think are good, you post them.
    I thank you for kipping this thread at the top and alive.

    Then receive the critics that will make you grow (in photography of course )
    I think your picture lacks sharpness. Others, better and kinder than me - not so rude - can give you stronger and wiser advice.

    You know what ? I use Lightroom and I love it.
    What do you have to say to this picture of mines shot with the G9 - obviously - with EXIF embedded.
    Post your best shots with Canon G9 IYP
    and what about this one ?
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    I see what you mean. Your pics are much clearer.

    OK, I took the image and applied curves and it helped. Also, here's another image that seems not to have that problem. How do I do this fix "in" the camera instead of in pp? Is it possible?

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