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Old Jan 13, 2008, 9:07 AM   #11
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Roger, to put this politey....%$&%$& DO IT!!!!! One thing...if you give in to the nitpickers & only post it in the Wildlife forum, PLEASE give us notice here! I occasionally go through the "other" forums to look at pix but for the most part, this is where I go on a daily basis.

As I haven't won the lottery yet, I look forward to your insight on your shots! So please, whenever you get the time, put it together. Even if its just a start, post it & let it evolve!

Great idea, Roger!!!
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Old Jan 13, 2008, 10:42 AM   #12
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Do it Roger...This would be helpful tips about the process not the equipment. This after all is a photography forum and I don't think we have anyone that would object to getting the info no matter the camera used. I for one don't care what camera you are using as long as the info and photos help me learn more.

Roger, I basically agree with Dawg here, but I have one argument that would go the other way. The only problem I see with posting the tips in multiple places is that posting them in only one place makes it far easier to read follow-up questions and answers, etc. I'm not worried about the type of camera you used so much as missing out on an interesting question or observation that might have been made in the Wildlife or Canon forum.

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Old Jan 13, 2008, 6:00 PM   #13
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Hey Gang let's have Roger post his input in the Wildlife topic. If he wants he could put a quick note under Canon and Pentax letting folks know. We are working on some neat new features here and once they are up and running I think these types of opportunities to share will be a lot easier.

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Hey Gang let's have Roger post his input in the Wildlife topic. If he wants he could put a quick note under Canon and Pentax letting folks know. We are working on some neat new features here and once they are up and running I think these types of opportunities to share will be a lot easier.

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Thank you for your input Steve. I will wait on the new features rather than chase around putting diffent things on different boards.

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