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My first nude model

My first nude model
Copyright ©2007, Fonzy -
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I told her many times to do a other pose but she wouldn't listen.....

Photographer: Fonzy -
Folder: My E-510
Uploaded: 03-Jul-2007 22:02 CEST
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Camera: Olympus E510
Exposure time: 1/125
Aperture: 3.5
Focal length: 54mm
Lens: ED14-54mm
Focusing method: Spot
ISO: 100
White balance: Auto
Flash: no
Image format: SHQ
Processing applied:
Various: Various
Image resized to: 750x824

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Nice image Fons... but your model looks cold as stone...

Robert Melnyk at 23:33 CEST on 03-Jul-2007 [Reply]


Robert Melnyk wrote:
> Nice image Fons... but your model looks cold as stone...
Thanks for looking and comment Robert...
Just a little joke for ones ...;-))))

Fonzy - at 10:16 CEST on 04-Jul-2007 [Reply]


Nigel Armes wrote:
> What do you expect when a lady's washing her hair! LOL
Thanks Nigel,
Yeah bad timing next time I wait until she is finished.....;-)))

Fonzy - at 10:18 CEST on 04-Jul-2007 [Reply]


Nice model you have here Fons.
It seems the lady have had some problem about her throat. (French revolution may be ...)

So , Fons about the E510, I am very intersted about to get one.
I have seen in one of the last article of some test about the E410 that is quite similar in many points.
They say that default factory tuning is not very good.
about (Noise reduction and Sharpness)
Here the original text.

The next natural test is which combination of Noise Filter and Sharpness deliver the most detailed image (at ISO 100) without oversharpening. We settled on either Noise Filter: Low with a Sharpness of -1 or Noise Filter: Off with a Sharpness of -2 (the most detail but sometimes visible noise, even at ISO 100). Obviously at higher sensitivities you may wish to use the default Noise Filter setting.

What do you think about?

Bruno Nardin at 23:41 CEST on 04-Jul-2007 [Reply]