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Great alacious 2005-01-24 21:51

As always, a very enjoyable photograph!

I especially like the perspective you've managed here, it feels so low to the ground (water). I don't think enough people shoot low :)

One little thing, and I notice it in a lot of your photos. Edges always seem kind of blocky or choppy, and I think it may be overuse of USM or possibly how you're resizing the photos? Maybe trying toning down the amount of USM you use, a slightly soft photo can be perfectly fine!

Either way, it's a minor gripe, thanks for posting it!

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Old 01-25-2005, 05:02 AM
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Default To alacious: Regarding Croping

Well perhaps its the gfact that I use the USM when the image is in its original size. Then I downsize it for Trek. But at any rate it is good to receive suggestions on honing our skills. I did get as low as possible on a drain pipe here. The other pic with the willow tree in it is on the other side of the road. You will find this place near the end ot McSween road heading north towards the Fraser River. thanks for your comments.
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Old 01-25-2005, 05:06 AM
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Yes, I was just down there this afternoon, and thought I had seen something a bit familiar ;)

Either way, like I said it's a pretty minor thing.. and most of the times it's barely even noticeable, it's just when you have trees or branches, it makes them look somewhat aliased or choppy. :)
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