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Discussion in 'Nature' started by Herman, Apr 5, 2010.
Sun is shining, I got outside and took this shot.
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This is from my PAD.
Sun with a halo! Rare... Taken w/7-14mm Vario and GF-1.
Hey thanks, your shot is great ! Better then mine !
Is it possible to upload an image at (very) low resolution and show it as a thumbnail?
How to manage this?
Herman when you click at the Post Reply button at the end of the thread, you can attach images to your reply.
wish i had a shot to add , im thinking......
In Lightroom or Aperture you can export to a folder on your computer as medium resolution, then I upload "go advanced".
Sun in April
Longing for sunshine ! Aren't you? :smile:
Please, people, think carefully.
I hate to appear to be the party pooper here, but some people at mu-43.com may be new to photography and may not yet have read what every guide to photography says about this: without very careful precautions, photography of the sun can do far worse than screw up your camera, it can screw up your sight, and do so permanently. Sure, feel free to break all the rules of aesthetics etc etc; but be sure to follow all the rules about eyes, because you'll never be able to replace them.
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Taken with E-PL1 and kit lens.
Thanks guys, that looks great. Instead of sunshine we now got rain, mmm, maybe start a new threat on that ?
The tree and the sun
Jet Condensation over Manly, Brisbane.
and sunset in the UK.
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