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Old Mar 25, 2005, 12:28 AM   #1
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Got out to the Mnts. out side of Auburn, CA. Just a few shots. The clouds looksed as good as the ones Smac posted, but all my pictures of the sky seemed to be lacking "blue". So I didn't post any of those. Maybe once my polarizing filter comes in, I can solve that problem. It's something I gotta work on, for sure.

Although it took many shots, and it was look in the end, i'm happy with these two shots of a butterfly. What I think I like the most is that I only needed to resize.




I've seen alot better waterfall pictures, but this one didn't turn out too bad after PS worked it's contrasting magic.



And lastly is a pic of a tree I liked, I wanted to get more detail in the tree itself. Not sure if it was possible or not. I'll have to go back to the same spot and keep trying.



As always, feel free to give feedback, I need the input.
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Old Mar 25, 2005, 12:33 AM   #2
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NIce butterfly shots my NoCal brother. Was there any more room at the bottom of second picture. My only criticism is that it's cropped just a touch close on the bottom. But, if that's all there was then that's all there was. Still a very nice shot. There's nothing like the Sierra foothills for finding good shots, eh?
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Old Mar 25, 2005, 12:38 AM   #3
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smac wrote:
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My only criticism is that it's cropped just a touch close on the bottom. But, if that's all there was then that's all there was. Still a very nice shot.
Nope, that's how the shot ended up, owell, like you said--still nice.
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Old Mar 25, 2005, 12:45 AM   #4
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Actually, If you use the dodge tool in photoshop on the tree, you'll bring out some of the detail that IS there..

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