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Old Apr 20, 2005, 9:43 AM   #1
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Hello everyone. I just picked up a D70 recently and had it out for the first time the other day. Most didn't turn out quite like I had wanted but here are a couple I took of my little ones. I am new to photography and digital is a whole new world to me, but I like it so far!:-)She goes by "princess"



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Old May 3, 2005, 9:11 AM   #2
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she looks sweet. I should have checked out this shot first before your other one. Least i know what camera you have now. you say you are new to digital, remember that with digital much of the work can be post processing, more so with a DSLR. do you have any editing programmes?
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Actually I don't have anything but what the camera came with. PictureProject I think it's called. I don't know exactly what all that does though. I would like to get Adobephotoshop, did you mean something like that?



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yes, if you buy some digital phtography magazines, often they give away basicsoftware. I have got a few things this way. takes a bit of learning but it will make a big difference to your photos.
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Hi Jules,

Great photo of your "next generation"

I especially like the tilt of her head!

Btw, if you go with Adobe Photoshop, the admitted pinnacle of photo editing, there is a steep learning curves plus the cost of a few hundred dollars.

On the other hand, you could opt for Paint Shop Pro (PSP) 8 (check Amazon) for way under a hundred dollars.

There is also a newer version (PSP 9.1) that has mixed reviews.

PSP 8 serves my needs quite well
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Old May 5, 2005, 9:14 AM   #6
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Thanks for the advice, both of you. I'll let you know what I end up with. Anything to help out my photos,lol



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