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Old Oct 22, 2006, 7:32 AM   #1
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This is the first time I have done anything like this, I haven't shown them the photos yet, I would like to get feedback from you guys before I do.

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I like the shots, the composition, the sepia. The pose reminds me of the show intro of the four Cartwrights on the old Western TV hit, Bonanaza.

Bonanza was an excellent production and I think your picture gives that same western flavour.

I think they'll be pleased with the shots.
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Old Oct 22, 2006, 5:07 PM   #5
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Thank you lesmore49! Iremember watchingthe Cartwrights as a kid. I'm showing the photosto the family tonight, wish me luck.

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Old Oct 23, 2006, 1:19 AM   #6
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Hey Bob,

Like all the shots! I would try a graduated filter on the first one to darken the sky a bit. This would even out the exposure. It is just an idea since the exposure looks pretty darn good already. I just try different stuff when I can to see what it would do.

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They will love them.

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Hey Bob,

Like all the shots! I would try a graduated filter on the first one to darken the sky a bit. This would even out the exposure. It is just an idea since the exposure looks pretty darn good already. I just try different stuff when I can to see what it would do.

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They will love them.

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Old Oct 23, 2006, 3:33 PM   #8
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Thank you Bill, I showed them and they were really happy with most all we took!

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Old Oct 24, 2006, 2:18 PM   #9
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Good job, indeed! Btw, seeing people of your beautifulenvironment, which weare quitefamiliar from Landscape Photos, is a pleasure
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Thank you bahadir! I am glad you enjoyed the photos! I usually stick to landscape photography but on occasion I do a people photo of close friends. I worked with the woman in the photo and have been friends with her and her husband for over twenty years.

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