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Old Jan 29, 2007, 1:13 PM   #1
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Nicely none, spot on!

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Excellent series Bob. Each shot is superbly done. Are you shooting RAW or Jpeg?
I only ask because I am thinking of learning more about the RAW world and what it takes to process out the final shot. Again, very nice set of pictures.
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Thanks, Steve. Yes, I shoot in RAW. I use Bibble Lite to convert to Jpeg and then do my final processing in Elements 5.
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These are very nice Bob! Have you quit going to the blind for awhile?


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Lovely quality to your shots Bob! Donna
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