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Old Jan 20, 2006, 12:47 AM   #11
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Syd, thanks for sharing these ones, especially #1. Where do you get such great ideas from? This photo is very simple, which is what makes it tick. The trick is in the composition. I never borrow folks shots but I have borrowed this one with your kind permission.:-)

Thanks too for the wonderful contribution on the debate on Mike Johnson's portrait. always learning from each other.

Jaki.
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Before I comment, I just want to tell you, I don't know to much about taking photos of people so I seldom comment on portrait type shots, but this one was so unusual in composition it needs an "awesome shot".

Btw - please tell me where you find these great photography quotes.
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Old Jan 20, 2006, 4:18 AM   #13
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Its actually a friend of mine who was playing and he is completely self taught so he has no idea what chord it is. I can tell you that the E string is dropped to D though. Thanks for the quote site.
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