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Old Apr 24, 2006, 6:02 PM   #11
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Tullio wrote:
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It's a good photo but a bigger size would be better. log, I think you've saturated the wood colors a bit too much (too redish). Here's another attempt...
yes i totally agrea now that i look at it again.... ilike your edit much better...



and jazzin junkshun... didnt you say you were just in photos cuz you like it... as a hobby... if so you must have some pretty deep pockets to afford both those camera:blah:
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Old Apr 24, 2006, 8:31 PM   #12
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just remember, ifa person savestheir money (thrifty, as in thrift stores),a personcan do anything.the clothes i wear (scrubs)are hand made from $1 a yard material from walmart. i eat homemade meals. my biggest expense right now is fuel prices. may have to pull out the scoot for work. that will save me another $100 a month. yipee, more lenses. i also have a canon 100-400mm L series w/ teleconverterand a nikon 70-200mm VR. taking fotos is my enjoyment/pastime out of life. may not be great at it, but i enjoy it. btw, i work at cvs pharmacy as a foto supv. don't make any money atall.

went to the park yesterday. only got a few good fotos. will post soon.

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