Photolog EHWO 01-12-2006

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Photolog EHWO 01-12-2006

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Hello all,

As prommised in the GRAS topic, these are the pictures.

But as always enjoy the pictures, comment welcome :wink:


Note that that KLPD chopper was there for the drama in Hoogerheide(rather didnt see it!! :twisted: )

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J367 F16AM (was leaving)and the LX-N90456 E3A AWACS for a lot of T&G
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And these two Fokker 100 Left( No Fokker callsign and a foreign heavely accented crew :lol: )
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Post by Stephan Lodewijks »

Hallo,

Die onderste F.100 staat nu op Eindhoven, geparkeerd vóór de Aviation Cosmetics hangaar:

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Groeten,

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Stephan Lodewijks wrote:Die onderste F.100 staat nu op Eindhoven, geparkeerd vóór de Aviation Cosmetics hangaar
English is manditory here.... ;)

Will probably be painted in Air Berlin colors by Aviation Cosmetics.

BTW, If i'm correct, EC-JRV is with GirJet.

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cHabu wrote:Will probably be painted in Air Berlin colors by Aviation Cosmetics.
Correct, according skyliner-aviation.de departed WOE-EIN 01dec06 for paint into Air Berlin c/s. More F100's of DBA will be painted in these c/s.

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Post by Flygvapnet_Viggen »

You said comments are welcome, here you are:
Some photo's are nice in there composition, but there are very noisy and they look like they are scanned...
As I could see in the properties of your photo's they were taken with a EOS350D.

I did see more of your photo's passing by on this forum, and all of them are like I said: noisy and they are not looking that well.
You might change your settings like the ISO, which is now 400. Allthough the wheather may not allow it you could try ISO 200 or better ISO100!

I hope you can change the look of your pics, because that would be great for most of them.

More to say is that you may not post "all" of your taken photo's but select only the BEST.

I hope I didn't make enemies now. :wink:
Keep taking those photo's and post them here!

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No worries,no enemies!!

I'm still wrestling with my iso settings.
As you could read in the last topic.

these are taken with 400 and roger that on the noise. I had noticed it to
I was trying 100 and 200 but on the pc7 it was no good.
And than all this came round.
I realy see the results at home than and will adjust next round.
But its a strugle between ISO and Shuttertime.

Its like the last few months i keep having troubles with it.
Because the light are changing i guess.

The only reason i post em is to learn so since last topic i screwed of my polarisor and brought my iso up to increase my shuttertime.

I take my pictures on TV and the rule of MM=Time on the lens were respected.

So you realy think my iso is all this is causing???

And for the posting section ok i didnt know i offended anyone with this. Pictures are small on the KB side and never had complaints.
I have more on my site than i have here, and it was a fotolog right :wink:

But once more i want to learn from the pics i post. Spoke with more people on this forum about it. no other reason. Well yeah that i love taking em and nobody's gonna stop me from that.


So the feedback i realy can use thanks :wink:
Keep em commin'

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Post by SquAdmin »

Dr. T, instead of using the manual override, try the automatic option on your camera. In most situations, the microprocessor knows what's best for your pictures.
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SquAdmin wrote:Dr. T, instead of using the manual override, try the automatic option on your camera. In most situations, the microprocessor knows what's best for your pictures.
But that is something i tried before and i noticed that the flash is getting out very very soon.
In this light for example it would have popped up and in such an big enviorment its no use at all, makes the pic's darker again.

Read my last EHWO topic plz. and see the tips i got there.

I dont know maybe the low standing sun makes the differents as well.

Well i keep trying gonna krack this once :wink:

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Dr.T wrote:But that is something i tried before and i noticed that the flash is getting out very very soon.
:?: I don't know which camera you are using, but when you take RAW pictures the flash should not pop up.
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Post by beertjeman »

I think what SquAdmin means is that you can set the ISOsetting of your camera to AUTOMATIC not the main setting. (Never use the green A! :wink: ).
The camera adjusts your iso setting depending on the situation.
Al least my D70 can do that...

But there are a lot of Canon users on this forum to help you with that. :D

Also use a good RAW processor tot convert your photo's. It can do miracles!
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beertjeman wrote: (Never use the green A! :wink: ).
My point exactly :wink:

But there are a lot of Canon users on this forum to help you with that. :D
Thats what i'm hoping for.

Also use a good RAW processor tot convert your photo's. It can do miracles!
I use the one i got deliverd with my camera. Are there better and where can i download em??

And i dont know if i have such an automatic ISO setting in the Tv program?? Will have a look :wink:

Thanks again!!

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Dr.T wrote: But that is something i tried before and i noticed that the flash is getting out very very soon.
In this light for example it would have popped up and in such an big enviorment its no use at all, makes the pic's darker again.
There is a automatic setting without the flash on the D350... :roll:

Maybe try that one, also think not go below 400 ISO, if you do not want any noticeable noise on your photo.

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also think not go below 400 ISO, if you do not want any noticeable noise on your photo.


Aha okee :?

Well just to show u guys im taking this serious. I've been fiddeling around with my Photoshop
With a few pictures i could get a better result but a few i didnt
Just to show the results to get this feedback further
Improved (i hope :wink: )
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Not much difference
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Your opinions plz :wink:

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RAW processor?

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I'm only just learning the digital photography too.
What's RAW?? processor?
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mgr wrote:Maybe try that one, also think not go below 400 ISO, if you do not want any noticeable noise on your photo.
I think you mean "don't go higher than 400 ISO". The higher the ISO, the more noise you'll get.
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