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scrappynik Aug 20, 2006 9:53 PM

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Hello! I need to know what you really think of this photo...I did do some editing to it. It'smy inlaws66 Chevelle that was completely restored top to bottom and wasn't done til late Friday night (the Cruise was Saturday!!). :-)

Thanks!

Niki



bigdawg Aug 20, 2006 10:02 PM

I love the blurred vignetting...Looks like it's in motion!

Dawg

Boily Aug 20, 2006 10:02 PM

Great picture:cool: the only thing I would do is play a little bit with the center focus..I think there is too much blur on the driver's side of the car !!

aytheon Aug 20, 2006 10:15 PM

I like the shot Niki:-)
Also a nice looking car

scrappynik Aug 20, 2006 10:57 PM

Thanks Dawg, Boily and Aytheon!

Boily, I'm going to mess with that tomorrow...I did the editing rather quickly just to see how things looked and to get everyone's opinions first off and to see if I should change/add/etc to the photo. :GI'll repost after I have fixed the centering.

Niki

shooting_rubber Aug 21, 2006 10:29 AM

I agree with Boily!

dan279 Aug 21, 2006 4:25 PM

Love the car and the effect, but I gotta agree, I'd like that front headlight in focus

Dan



wizbummer Aug 21, 2006 6:58 PM

Had you cropped the right side of the pic? If so, extend it back and then haze that edge so the car is completely focused. I like that pic though, dreamy effect for a dreamy car! :cool:

scrappynik Aug 21, 2006 9:54 PM

wizbummer wrote:
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Had you cropped the right side of the pic?
No, I didn't crop it...I am having MAJOR problems with this photo now...apparently when I edited it (using Picasa)it saved and I don't have a copy of the original now!! :mad:Is there any way to get the orginal back so I can fix it?

Thanks for all the comments!! ;)
Niki

shooting_rubber Aug 21, 2006 10:43 PM

No I haven't, but.....You can do this with Picasa... I'm going to try this program and it's made by Google, right?

There is something you can do!! Here you can either download the free trial of this product or buy it, it still should work... Here just follow these steps.... If you have already taken more pictures after you deleted them this will probably not work, but you could give it a try!

-http://www.iolo.com/sr/4/

-Click download free trial, follow steps.

-Shut down your computer and boot it up.

-Plug in your camera and turn it on.

-Open the program.

-Click Recover deleted pictures and movies.

-Select Camera

-Select the drive your camera is in.

-Select your options.

-In the options menu click Smart Scan.

-If it doesn't find it in Smart Scan, use Perform sector-level using Strong Scan Technology.

-If that doesn't work, use both.

-If that doesn't work, you probably formatted your card or deleted the pictures by accident and took new ones, so it basically overwrote the other ones.

-If none of this works then they are definitely gone for good.

Sorry if none of this works.

shooting_rubber.:cool:


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