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Old Feb 19, 2010, 7:53 PM   #11
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Toy Puzzle Pieces

ISO 400 - 16.7mm - f/3.4 - 1/40 sec - Handheld


Billiard Balls

ISO 400 -74.4mm - f/3.8 - 1/25 sec - Handheld


Staircase

ISO 400 - 14.9mm - f/3.4 - 1/15 sec - Handheld


Blue Car (shot taken from inside a moving vehicle)

ISO 80 - 44.7m - f/3.7 - 1/400 sec - Handheld


Jaguar

ISO 80 - 86.4mm - f/4.4 - 1/250 sec - Handheld


Capitol Building

ISO 80 - 4.8mm - f/5.6 - 1/400 sec - Handheld


Capitol Building - Close Up

ISO 80 - 31.2mm - f/5.6 - 1/400 sec - Handheld


Washington Monument

ISO 400 - 28.3mm - f/7.1 - 1/500 sec - Handheld


Decorative Ribbons

ISO 400 - 85.7mm - f/4.4 - 1/40 sec - Handheld


Snow Covered Saturn

ISO 80 - 4.8mm - f/4.0 - 1/250 sec - Handheld


Matchbox & Candles in an Igloo

ISO 800 - 17.4mm - f/3.6 - 1/50 sec - Handheld


Air Traffic Tower/Sunset (shot taken from inside a moving vehicle)

ISO 100 - 15.5mm - f/7.1 - 1/1000 sec - Handheld


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Old Feb 20, 2010, 3:35 AM   #12
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With some extra lighting, that "Snow covered Saturn" could make for a useful "photo" somehow in the auto industry as an advert.

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Old Feb 20, 2010, 5:42 AM   #13
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With some extra lighting, that "Snow covered Saturn" could make for a useful "photo" somehow in the auto industry as an advert.

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Thanks! Yes, I did not do any modifications to these photos. Maybe I should start doing that
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It was just an idea... Your theme is what got me... Snow-covered Saturn... I just somehow think that the Saturn dealers could make a case for how Saturn vehicles can manage in Winter... I could see your picture as a photo in an article or advert... just needs a little light or reflection of light in places.

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Old Feb 20, 2010, 11:33 AM   #15
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Dr Faust-

Many thanks for an excellent selection of photos covering a wide range of subjects, including a bit of tongue in cheek as well. You might consider making the postings a bit larger, perhaps 600 pixels on the largest side to provide better viewing.

Have a great weekend.

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Many thanks for an excellent selection of photos covering a wide range of subjects, including a bit of tongue in cheek as well. You might consider making the postings a bit larger, perhaps 600 pixels on the largest side to provide better viewing.

Have a great weekend.

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Thank you. I will remember to make the images bigger the next time I post
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Yes, very nice photos. For my own curiosity I actually was going to ask if you had a link to larger photos also. Do you have them hosted on a file sharing site like flickr perhaps?
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Yes, very nice photos. For my own curiosity I actually was going to ask if you had a link to larger photos also. Do you have them hosted on a file sharing site like flickr perhaps?
Yes, I use Picasa Web Albums. Its my first time using the service so please tell me if the link below works or not

http://picasaweb.google.com/115567197111058572282
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Old Feb 20, 2010, 1:25 PM   #19
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The Pica Web link worked just fine.

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Old Feb 20, 2010, 1:54 PM   #20
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Thank you. They look very good. The last one of the sunset was a little bit blurred but not too bad.

I found the different types of shots very helpful.
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