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Old Aug 19, 2009, 6:42 AM   #11
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Great result, almost wish you stay bored

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GW - You sure are being cruel to critters and humans these days! Stepping on some little reptilian friend, and now torturing some innocent waterskiier. I hope you are properly ashamed of yourself!!

Great use of PP in this one by the way, and thanks for all the fun!
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I like ya, GW. But sorry, this lens is not getting out of my sight. Now, if you could come up here and remove some of the heat and humidity while I'm outdoors that would be great. My car said it was 96 when I got off work today and it was parked in the shade. I'm not sure how totally accurate it is, but it was definitely HOT!

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well, I thought I'd offer to take some of the load off, but... see how ya are.
96 wouldn't surprise me, we've had quite a few 96-97 degree days lately.
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Old Aug 19, 2009, 8:54 PM   #14
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GW - You sure are being cruel to critters and humans these days! Stepping on some little reptilian friend, and now torturing some innocent waterskiier. I hope you are properly ashamed of yourself!!

Great use of PP in this one by the way, and thanks for all the fun!

Oh, OK. I'm sorry. I'll be good from now on, promise!
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Old Aug 19, 2009, 10:28 PM   #15
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Oh, OK. I'm sorry. I'll be good from now on, promise!

Uh Huh...... That'll be the day! Why would you want to start now?
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Creative job indeed! You may also arrange sth similar featuring your motorbike I suppose : )
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Old Aug 21, 2009, 11:52 AM   #17
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Creative job indeed! You may also arrange sth similar featuring your motorbike I suppose : )
Thank you, Bahadir,
Would you believe, I don't have any pix of me on the bike actually going down the road?
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That can easily be fixed. Put the camera on a tripod, use a remote to trigger it, get on the bike parked on the street and take a picture of yourself. You can add motion blur with photoshop, then do the OOF processing. Who needs to be actually moving?
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That can easily be fixed. Put the camera on a tripod, use a remote to trigger it, get on the bike parked on the street and take a picture of yourself. You can add motion blur with photoshop, then do the OOF processing. Who needs to be actually moving?
That's a good idea Harriet but, I don't have a wireless remote.
And with my luck... soon as I walked away from the camera, somebody would come along and run off with it!
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That's a good idea Harriet but, I don't have a wireless remote.
Don't you have a WIFE, WIreless Fantastic life Enhancer?

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