- Luc (14767)
- [2005-01-02 4:49]
I like these crystalline formings, Steve.
We see it not enough on TN.
A good post: picture and note.
Thanks and a good beginning of year for you!
- willie (2083)
- [2005-01-02 4:59]
Very inbteresting post TFS. I look forward to seeing this shot with the right lighting. Good note and hope things are picking up for you. Happy New Year
- red45 (31094)
- [2005-01-02 5:07]
Great Steve! I wish I could see this crystals not only on photo! Please send more of cave's pictures :-)
Another nice on Steve but then I am a sucker for cave formations and life.
Have you a setting on the camera for different lighting condition you could try selecting the one that makes the camera take account of the lighting colour. Steve I did a quick WS to see if the colour problem could be sorted without going back, hope you like.
- ellis49 (2254)
- [2005-01-02 6:49]
Very nice Steve.
I like thios one.
Good details and composition.
You can use the manual white balance or set to indoor light in your camera to get the right colours.
- CaptiveLight (969)
- [2005-01-02 8:47]
Sharp detailed image. Agree with the others who have said it, most digital cams allow setting the white balance to suit the lighting, which would have avoided the yellow cast. One of the nice things about shooting in RAW format on my Nikon is that I can change the white balance at will in the Raw software, not sure if Panasonic allow that in their software?
- japie (5187)
- [2005-01-02 14:47]
Very interesting post Steve. I like this image and the little island.
Very well done and thanks for posting
- extramundi (13178)
- [2005-01-02 16:27]
Hi Steve, keep on the interesting work, I like to look at your fresh subjects, I am always curious. Nice formations you bring to us, the colour problem is already partially solved by Robert. Good composition, well done.