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Old Feb 8, 2005, 10:54 PM   #11
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So many things come so naturally to me, this isn't one of them. I'm taking a series changing exposure. I just looked at the detail on each. thanks for your patience.
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Old Feb 9, 2005, 1:33 AM   #12
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Bride....giving the variables and the fact that you was behind glass..the shot is not that bad..Word....When in doubt and u feel there no light at the end of the tunnel do what i do.....make it look like this - print it - stick it on the wall......

made some adjustments inpaint shop pro 9

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kinda looks like the 1940's what do you think???


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Old Feb 9, 2005, 2:44 AM   #13
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Love your take on it Willow (as usual!). And Shotgun, what I did on my trip, b/c with the sunsets and the inconsistent lighting (some things in shadow and others in bright light within the same shot, etc.) I used the auto bracketing feature. Perfect for us gals, if your like me you have trouble making decisions (we are in a men's forum here, let's make them feel good!), I usually choose the one that takes pictures with a 3/4 stop difference (the one right before +-1). And I keep a lot of memory on me. Hey has anyone seen that Epson thing. It is like 500 clams but it has a big screen and stores 40gigs. Sort of like the new iPod, but the iPod doesn't have slots to put in memory cards. Also I haven't done anything further with the pics, when I do, I got some nice guys for you, esp. if you liked my last ones.
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Old Feb 9, 2005, 8:06 AM   #14
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kinda looks like the 1940's what do you think???


that's just what i did that nite! It lent character that I couldn't capture. I didn't post it though. I cropped a late model car in the foreground.
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Old Feb 9, 2005, 8:13 AM   #15
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I used the auto bracketing feature. Perfect for us gals, if your like me you have trouble making decisions (we are in a men's forum here, let's make them feel good!), I usually choose the one that takes pictures with a 3/4 stop difference (the one right before +-1). I got some nice guys for you, esp. if you liked my last ones.

Back to reading the manual, between mancuring and pedicuring that is. I was playing with the auto bracket last nite. I think I get it...

I liked the last posts Nancy. Did you visit my comments?
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