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Posted By: Karl Inge S, 12-07-2007, 03:52 AM

Some of my 2007 photos. The sunset-photos I have done "much" work with in elements, the others very little.

















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12-08-2007, 06:01 AM   #16
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A few more:

Summetime


Silent night


12-08-2007, 09:52 AM   #17
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Stunning photos , the cod and the mist are my favorites. Beautiful scenery thanks for sharing a bit of Norway with us !
12-08-2007, 10:18 AM   #18
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Thx

Was out testing a cheap ass-Phoenix lense today, but I dropped by an old aquintance on my way.... (this is not taken with the Phoenix lense)

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I have to agree with Roentarre, this is a great shot and very well captured. There are some excellent shots in this series. Nice work!

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Autumn-dark yet beautiful


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Great series of shots. Beautiful compositions, colours and atmosphere. 3 is my favourite. 4 and 5 do appear over processed.

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Thank you for your comments

Yes, 4 and 5 are a bit "over the top"
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Heres a few more:

Flowerpower (this is actually taken with my 18-55kit lens in "macro" program....quite pleased)


Feeling small


Another "action" photo, this one is also taken with my rod in my left hand and the camera in my right
12-08-2007, 05:47 PM   #23
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I have to agree

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This is an artistic shot and my favorite
The maple leaf with the reflections of the bare trees juxtaposed to it is a really wonderful shot. Well executed, and a beautiful statement besides, very very well done

NaCl( you could call it "the last leaf" )H2O

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this is actually taken with my 18-55kit lens in "macro" program
Macro program? Can you explain?
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Macro program? Can you explain?
The "flower" on the left wheel is a "pre-set" macro program.
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I was hoping someone would ask about the statue of liberty-photo but since you dont I`ll tell anyway

The photo is taken in Visnes, where the copper used on the statue in New York was gathered from, only the best copper should be used. The mine was closed manye years ago, but we are proud of the history and a small "copy" is placed near the shipping-harbour.
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Seagull


Here`s another-this one was taken with my old MZ-50 and the scanning is very poor, the file is only 135kb

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12-09-2007, 11:21 AM   #28
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A few more, I`m kinda a waterman one might say

Fishing by night


Anglers moment (notice the fish showing itself)


Nature gives, nature takes back


Nightfishing for seatrout in Etneriver


The sea beats forever on

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Another summer-shot

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A friend of mine with a nice garfish, fantastic sky in the background


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