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I have to agree..... Elephants, now that was a shock Great idea SSB and i like the composition.
I also like peted's photo and the idea behind it which he has carried off especially well - I love photo's with great stories and ideas behind them :D .

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Thanks for the welcome and the feedback guys.

I crossed over from 35mm 2 days ago when I picked up my new 450D, so there's going to be lots of learning to come.....

I've seen some great shots on here in the last few days and look forward to seing plenty more.


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Thanks, patti & Barnsey313! It was only my 2nd day out with my new D60, bought it just in time for my holiday! i'm happy to hear barnsey313 likes the composition hehe its a big compliment for a complete newbie :oops:

now if only i can figure out why photoshop CS2 won't show me the info on aperture and shutter speed :evil: i read somewhere that it could be a bug in my CS2 or my camera model is not saving that info in a place where CS2 knows how/where to retrieve it from...


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....... but the Bridge in CS2 will.......


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you will like the Bridge, it is pretty neat...try it, if you have not done so yet...BP is right on the money with that advice.


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Same in Adobe Bridge CS3™

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ok, i didnt know about Bridge until now :oops: (thanks for teaching me that!) but unfortunately, it doesn't show the shutter speed and aperture either :( the details in Bridge's 'File Info' are the same as the details i see in the CS2 'File Info'. I must confess, i've never used CS2 until this week.. so maybe i'm doing something wrong?? i'll try to google for more info later


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SSB wrote:
unfortunately, it [bridge] doesn't show the shutter speed and aperture either :(


hmmm - that seems odd. Bridge shows all of that information for me :shock: . I wonder if you might need to tweak your settings a bit?? Maybe someone else can help you there because I'm new to the program too.

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hehe i have absolutely no idea at this point.. everything's so new to me and there seems sooo much to learn (not that i'm complaining :wink: i love trying new things). i've found a few great photoshop tutorial sites, i wonder if they have any info on something as basic as metadata haha i'll check out the sites later, or maybe search thru the photoshop help files


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.......open image in bridge and look at the " Metadata " on the left side......


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Great shot 190489, I have followed British motorsport for many years, mainly rallying, so I know how hard it is to capture such an image. Well done from a newcomer GCJ.

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man i'm having a hard time working out this assignment, bur everybody else seems to be doing fine, nice work!!

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Hi Podgeorge,
Hope you weren't as dizzy as I am but good shot. Recently looked at Westfields myself but am finding it hard to give up creature comforts.
regards GCJ 8)

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HS wrote:
man i'm having a hard time working out this assignment, bur everybody else seems to be doing fine, nice work!!


Haha HS, im just gonna bung a random photo ive taken this month and make it fit the titles personally. I'd rather submit something I think is decent that can fit the title, rather than take something thats poor quality just to fit the title better. :P :lol:

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I've got to say folks, the standard this month is outstanding! A pat on the back to everyone so far. This site sure is booming. Excellent.

Podgeorge - can I say, as a car nut I Hate You.

Sorry, couldn't help myself :oops:

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