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Old Jul 11, 2013, 9:20 AM   #1
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I liked the framing of the tree in this image against the backlight when I noticed the geese moving into the picture, so I waited a few seconds and snapped this when they arrived in the area I wanted them, with the E-M5 and 17mm f1.8..



A few seconds later snapped this with the 45mm f1.8..



FWIW, last night I picked up DxO's View Point program to help with certain images that could use some perspective correction. Easy tool to use. One example..

Before Viewpoint..



After Viewpoint..


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Nice shots, that tool is indeed a nice tool. Too bad understanding how software works is so difficult for me. Am thinking about reloading PE10 back in my computer, I haven't been intimidated in quite a while.
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Lmao!
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I've some 9-18 files that could benefit positively..........
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BTW Greg, I wasn't able to help Steve B. with his question about the Adobe profile load to MAC since I've never used the Adobe pieces. How he had done it sounded like what I would do. Maybe he got some help from DPRvw.
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Yeah, I just was not sure where to "drop" those profiles on a Mac.
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Lmao!
I don't find it that humorous.
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