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Old Sep 11, 2007, 10:40 PM   #1
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While I'm waiting for my replacement 30d, a friend of mine lent me his 30d - he has a 5d too that is pretty well all he uses. Anyway, I also discovered Lightroom, and have been delving into it the last couple of days. Here's a few that were mostly done in LR with a few touches and resizing in CS2.......cheers...Don
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nice chicks and dragon. very clean backgrounds. i like it. so how do you like lightroom compared to cs2?

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nice chicks and dragon. very clean backgrounds. i like it. so how do you like lightroom compared to cs2?

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So far, I really like it. Just have to work with it a bit (or a lot!). My buddy who lent me the body, gave me a dvd tutorial on it, and man, there's a lot of neat stuff you can do for categorizing etc. Some very cool ways of doing exposure, and there's even a mask for the sharpening tool which is so handy. That makes for the nice clean backgrounds. I've just skimmed the surface, but I'm happy with the first results. You can still tweak in PS too after you've done the initial adjustments in RAW in Lightroom. ...cheers..Don
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You're getting some good detail in these shots!!



Don, reminds me of the days when you first came on the scene, giving Normcar a go with his chickadee shots:-)

AreBob Mullen and Houston still around ??

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You're getting some good detail in these shots!!



Don, reminds me of the days when you first came on the scene, giving Normcar a go with his chickadee shots:-)

AreBob Mullen and Houston still around ??
Hi Jake. Ha, me giving Norma a go. I wish...

Houston and Bob Mullen. No, I haven't seen anything of them the last few months. I hope they're still around. They were 2 of the best that posted here and were an inspiration for me, as Norm was or I should say, still is....cheers...Don
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