How about some train-watchng pics?

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    How about some train-watchng pics?

    My camera is a Canon S3 IS.

    http://www.stevewyant.net/trd6m01.html


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    Thumbs Up Well done

    Grand pics, Stewev. A lot of them are made for turning them into b/w. Try it !

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    Re: Well done

    Quote Originally Posted by louis View Post
    Grand pics, Stewev. A lot of them are made for turning them into b/w. Try it !
    Thanks for your comments!

    This camera has a b/w setting, but I haven't done much with it yet...

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    Re: Well done

    Quote Originally Posted by stevew View Post
    Thanks for your comments!

    This camera has a b/w setting, but I haven't done much with it yet...
    You can change your fotos afterwards.

    Try picasa by google. A nice little program for pics.

    Good luck !

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    Re: How about some train-watchng pics?

    Excellent, excellent work!

    It's hard to think that those pics came from a point-n-shoot S3 IS when most people with DSLRs can't get anything close to that kind of quality. I love the sun rise and fog pictures the most. Just something about the perfect lighting and a long telephoto lens. Of course, a good, creative eye helps a lot, which you obviously have.

    The entire Canon line is great and the S1, S2, S3 and S5 Powershot's I think are the most flexible without going to a full blown DSLR. However, I did have a Canon 10D twice! But unfortunately, I always get bored with photography after a short while and end up selling all my gear.

    Within the last 12 months, I've gone through 2 Olympus E-300's, 1 Olympus E-500 and my second Canon 10D. As of right now, I am totally camera-less and barrow my brother's little Casio Exilim EX-Z1080 point-n-shoot whenever I want to take pictures. Go figure...

    BTW, here's the link to my photo website if you're interested... http://charlest.zenfolio.com/

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    Re: How about some train-watchng pics?

    Great shots....
    Kind Regards,
    GJ

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