A&P Pics from Mt. Rainier national park

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  1. jinushaun

    jinushaun New Member

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    1. My coolest pic:
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    2. My friend's 2.5 RS
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    3. Favourite in terms of composition and mood:
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    Some more...

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  3. mgs333

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    cool pictures. what camera?
     
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    Canon A20. It's a simple point-and-shoot digi-cam.
     
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    really? that's really nice pics out of that camera. i have the a40 myself. :bigthumb:
     
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    As you can see, it's not that great. The sky is almost completely white. The Auto Exposure is metering the dark foreground, so overall exposure is really high. I need to get a polariser for it.
     
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    Very nice pics :bigthumb:
     
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    yea nice pics

    i just need a good digi camera....note to all: never buy an hp digi camera they are suck

    (parents got me mine for xmas one year)
     
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    Yeah, it came from that camera. It's not that tough really; it's just time consuming... Point, shoot, too bright. Delete. Point, shoot, too bright. Delete. Point, shoot, too dark. Delete. Point, shoot, just right! Save! Filters help a great deal. Everyone should have at least a polariser.
     

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