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PostPosted: Wed Apr 01, 2009 6:04 am 
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Hello everyone, this is the thread for any comments or questions concerning April's Assignment.

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Sensitivity: ?
Post processing:?

Sensitivity and post processing is not in my vucabulary little elaboration please...

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lomer18 wrote:
...Sensitivity: ?
Post processing:?

Sensitivity and post processing is not in my vucabulary little elaboration please...

Sensitivity == ISO number

Post-processing is how you manipulate the image using some software on your computer. For example you might want to increase the contrast.

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I'm really an newbie shame on me :( but well then THANKS!!! even there's no Spring season in my place I'l try to post and join :D

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I'ts just occured to me, would i be right in thinking that it's not actually spring down in the sourthern hemisphere, but infact autumn in Oz and NZ??

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I have a lot ideas of spring but here in my place having the same tropical season all the time :|

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I'ts just occured to me, would i be right in thinking that it's not actually spring down in the sourthern hemisphere, but infact autumn in Oz and NZ??


Yeah, that's just our Northern hemisphere bias in action. It's reversed below the equator.

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Although `spring` is the assignment, and for us in the uk it is spring, i didnt see it being specifically about the season, so could it now be stretched for those elsewhere, maybe spring....as in a coil of metal or a jump etc... maybe Gordon or picturesonthemind could help with some advice for those of you not in the spring.Just a possible thought anyway.....that sprung to mind...sue :) :)

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I think even though picturesonthemind originally thought of the season spring, we could, as suggested, post actual images of springs! Or maybe a spring in your step?!


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Or maybe a spring in your step?!


Not at my age Gordon :lol:

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after being hit by photographers block for the past few months I'm back and will participate in this month's assignment.

if someone needs inspiration: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spring

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So you mean every thing that! you think about the word "SPRING"? its jus a matter of our understanding... :D

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This means I have to get out of my armchair.... *sigh*

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Not if there's a spring sticking out the side of the chair!


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