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PostPosted: Mon Jul 21, 2008 3:06 am 
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The dandelion with the peach background is absolutely beautiful. Clean, clear, and altogether lovely.

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lutonmatt wrote:
is it agaist the rules or can i do it but i want to change my pic if i cant not to worry

but was at a car show today and saw something and got a pic of it
something so small but meens so much
and has a meening to every one


We can photoshop this month :D


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Doesn't he mean he wants to change the picture - and that he has already posted one?


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If you haven't already submitted an image, then yes, post processing is allowed this month.

If you have submitted an image already, I'm afraid you can't change it - sorry!


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never mind worth asking before i did it and got the pic taken off lol


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PostPosted: Wed Jul 23, 2008 2:05 am 
Grats on your new camera Infineon. The E-510 is a great choice and there are great deals on the kits out there. If you get into macro big time take a look at the 35mm f3.5 macro, its the smallest 1:1 macro out there, very cheep price 199 or so and quality seems to be on par with the best. I should have my in a few days.



great images so far everyone, will be a close win for sure


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 24, 2008 3:27 am 
Wow, it is really fun to see the different interpretations of Minimalism for this month's assignment. Great idea Georgie2H.


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interesting crop work you did there welly, my eyes just wont stop moving around for a focus point... but i think thats because i cant figure out what part of the roof this is (if it is a roof!?)


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great job richcaw, what is that a picture of? You might have my vote for this month :D


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thomas really like your submission titled "its just a fly". At first i was alarmed when i saw the photo (haha) and then so relieved once you stated that "no animals were harmed for the shot". Phew. lol. :D :D :D :D

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interesting crop work you did there welly, my eyes just wont stop moving around for a focus point... but i think thats because i cant figure out what part of the roof this is (if it is a roof!?)


I see what you mean although my intention was more about pattern and lines as a whole as opposed to any single focal point. But I can see where you're coming from! It is the roof, which looks something like this:

http://www.vancouverbnb.com/Vancouver-p ... 5sails.jpg


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Thanks heavywinds, its a closeup shot of a le klint lampshade. I have cropped it slightly to minimise the number of folds in the image.

I love the silhouette on your shot. Did you think about cropping out the second wire?

Bjorn and Orsan, love those images.

Some very interesting interpretations of the theme again this month!

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Welly wrote:
It is the roof, which looks something like this:

http://www.vancouverbnb.com/Vancouver-p ... 5sails.jpg


aaaahh... now i see :lol:


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PostPosted: Mon Jul 28, 2008 11:20 am 
Wooooo Jack! Razer is the best. 8) Which one is that??

Mark


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Markh wrote:
Wooooo Jake! Razer is the best. 8) Which one is that??

Mark


Agreed, although it was Jack's shot and not Jake's. :)

I think that's either a diamondback or copperhead?


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