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Old Apr 25, 2009, 2:56 PM   #1
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Not sure why this one jumped out at me when going through my pictures the other day. I think it has to do with the combination of Jesus and the trees yet to bloom their leaves. Any other comments? I thought the black and white was very fitting for this one.
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Old Apr 25, 2009, 7:22 PM   #2
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I see from the exif it was taken around the 1st of march, perhaps, the "Easter" feeling was paying at your creative eye. All that not withstanding, nice shot, the b/w works.
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Old Apr 25, 2009, 7:46 PM   #3
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Thanks for the kind words. I have a newby question for you. How do you read the exiff info from posted photos?
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From one "newbie to another. What I do, there may be an easier way, I just right click (im using windows here, may or may not be different with a Mac), select save picture as. Then I right click on the saved file, click the properties, and then hit the "details" tab.


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There are a couple of free exif readers you can download. I don't remember the name of the one that I used to use for Windows, but with it, you could right click on any picture in Internet Explorer and use it to view the exif information, no need to download it onto your computer. I'm using EXIF Viewer with my Mac now. It doesn't show as much information as the Windows program, but its small and a simple program that works quite well.
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Decent use of point of view to attain the elevation effect for the subject! I appreciated the deliberateness here ; ) Still you might apply the burn toolon the parts of the subject which look a little overexposed.
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