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Old Sep 29, 2007, 11:22 PM   #11
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Hi Willow1,

I did the rotate (straighten horizon) in ACDSee, which has a nice "automatic crop" feature in the rotate. I enjoy using ACDSee for quick edits, and for viewing my photos. While it does not have the same quality or level of controls as other photo packages like Photoshop, I find it's quicker and more convenient for me to use (as my computer is a bit older / slower). So I use ACDSee for "quick edits". Other programs for the more "serious work".

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Old Sep 30, 2007, 5:51 AM   #12
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This is a really, really nice shot. The colours are eye catching and the clouds...yes those clouds do it for me. I think I'm partial to storm clouds such as these over blue skies, for photos at least!!
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thx Paul for the heads up on "ACDSee" I will check it out.

Joe..thx too you as will for the nice comment.I too think the clouds are a major factor to the photo as well!!!
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