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Old Aug 12, 2007, 9:06 PM   #1
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I figured it would be fun to try a animation with one of my bursts.


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Nice job, Roger! You got some good quick bursts there! I've fallen off a horse from a little higher up than that guy fell & I KNOW that my butt didn't feel as bad as his did & I didn't have to worry about taking a hoof to the groin either!:G

Thanks for sharing...as always!
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Old Aug 12, 2007, 9:32 PM   #3
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Nice job, Roger! You got some good quick bursts there! I've fallen off a horse from a little higher up than that guy fell & I KNOW that my butt didn't feel as bad as his did & I didn't have to worry about taking a hoof to the groin either!:G

Thanks for sharing...as always!
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I believe I am going to have some fun doing some animations for the cities web sites of the different events. Thanks Ron for looking and commenting.


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Cool! It really gives you an idea of just how fast a ride on a bull is. I can see that a higher fps rate would help, especially with something like a bull rider.
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Looks good Roger. Keep meaning to have a go at animations with some of my burst shots.



This may well inspire me.



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this is very cool, roger. it also has never crossed my mind. what program are you using??
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that was pretty cool, I'm gonna have to try that myself
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Cool! It really gives you an idea of just how fast a ride on a bull is. I can see that a higher fps rate would help, especially with something like a bull rider.
I bet the new canon at 10 fps would be fun to do animations.


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Looks good Roger. Keep meaning to have a go at animations with some of my burst shots.



This may well inspire me.



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Try it they are kind of fun to play with.


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this is very cool, roger. it also has never crossed my mind. what program are you using??
No special fancy program "Microsoft Gif animator"

Here is a link: http://www.versiontracker.com/dyn/moreinfo/win/13212


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