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Great fkostas 2009-03-01 20:57

The idea of fun is this: After a long day of taking pictures of bushes, you get home and find the PERFECT one. The one you know will score you 50+ points!!! You start to sweat and get light headed while processing it, that perfect bush photo will get you the crack you need: Points!!! Great POV of this regal bush! The leaves are perfectly in focus, despite the shallow DOF! You handled the light well in this situation, perfectly polarized blue sky!

Tell me you know the owner of the restaurant. And that you did not order the poutine.

Oh yes, TFS!

Farah

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Old 03-02-2009, 04:37 AM
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Default To fkostas: Regal bush by the river shore...!

That's where you Farah go wrong...
Once you have that fantastic bush photo, or the ducks on the water, or foot steps on the snow - you don't have to do a lot of post-processing...

The theme, Farah... The theme alone should speak volumes...

The theme...

Let's say: You have the street asphalt beautifully photographed with the fragment of the left foot on it...

What the heck you need a post-processing to it ?

You just simply apply 100% blur filter to it, and tilt it CCW about 37 degr.

There...

Beat that...!!!

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Tell me you know the owner of the restaurant."""

It was a grocery store and, oh boy - I thought I knew the owner of the store...???
I don't know him anymore... And, for what...?
For asking him about the broom and the mop...?

Big deal...!

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