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Old Jun 20, 2009, 2:05 PM   #11
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Thanks, Keltech! I sure will keep posting.

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Nice first shots. I echo Rodney and got a kick out of the BIG photo. Enjoy your new camera and keep posting those pictures.

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Old Jun 20, 2009, 2:06 PM   #12
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Thanks, Ronny!

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good first series, really like nr2

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Good sharp photos - nice use of light, and gentle humor in the BIG shot. Keep 'em coming!
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LadyRo, Welcome to the board. These are some nice shots for first ones. Keep em coming. And, I can certainly understand wanting to get back into the a/c. I hate humidity and heat. Luckily, we haven't had much here yet this year.

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Hey Lady Ro,
Looks like you're off to a good start!
Don't feel to bad about the camera tilt, we all do it at times and its one of my worst habits! sometimes I look at a shot and say how in the world did I shoot it so far out of whack.
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Old Jun 20, 2009, 8:55 PM   #16
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Thank you!

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Thank you! Today was very humid as well. I just stayed in the house under the a/c.

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LadyRo, Welcome to the board. These are some nice shots for first ones. Keep em coming. And, I can certainly understand wanting to get back into the a/c. I hate humidity and heat. Luckily, we haven't had much here yet this year.

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That's what I asked myself, too. LOL!

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Looks like you're off to a good start!
Don't feel to bad about the camera tilt, we all do it at times and its one of my worst habits! sometimes I look at a shot and say how in the world did I shoot it so far out of whack.
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Tilt? I never have a tilted picture - I have Lightroom, which has an easy way of correcting my constant tilt. Even when I work at lining things up, they are still usually a bit off, drives me nuts. I was looking at a Photoshop article - I think there's an easy way to level horizons and such in photoshop, too. I haven't actually tried it but I want to - sometimes I don't catch the tilt until I've already exported a picture to photoshop.

I guess it's just a reflection of how I sometimes look at things - off-beat or out-of-plumb.
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Tilt? I never have a tilted picture - I have Lightroom, which has an easy way of correcting my constant tilt. Even when I work at lining things up, they are still usually a bit off, drives me nuts. I was looking at a Photoshop article - I think there's an easy way to level horizons and such in photoshop, too. I haven't actually tried it but I want to - sometimes I don't catch the tilt until I've already exported a picture to photoshop.

I guess it's just a reflection of how I sometimes look at things - off-beat or out-of-plumb.
Well... my friends always said, I was a little cockeyed!
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