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crazzy88ss

Uhh... Mittens hates other cats :'( Mittens rarely is nice to Mojo.

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sundayx

Hey I've asked this in another thread I started, but no reply. Any of you scan prints from film? My scans are always off colored, how can I make sure they're not that off? It's so inconsistent as well, photoshop doesn't help a lot.

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Aperture
Hey I've asked this in another thread I started, but no reply. Any of you scan prints from film? My scans are always off colored, how can I make sure they're not that off? It's so inconsistent as well, photoshop doesn't help a lot.

Usually always the case, we use pretty expensive neg scanners at uni and so it asks for colour correction before it commits to a full scan, but you can produce the same colour correction techniques in photoshop. If it isn't helping that much I'd like to see a raw neg? could be something I'm missing!

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Bubbabyte

more kids, i know :p My studio is not as fancy as .mac's but it was cheap.. i draped a big black bed sheet over the back of our couch and had it facing the window for nice natural light.. i was able to get some pretty nice indoor shots with only iso200 :)

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and here are a few shots from out around the neighborhood. Nothing special.. i just started taking pics of everything..lol

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Aperture

Good 'studio' esque shots Bubba, I'd suggest just burning out those areas where you can tell its draped fabric. Other than that, cute kid, nice processing, colours really pop! =]

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Bubbabyte

thanks mac.. you're completely right, i edited the photos to burn out the fabric.

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Aperture

Good work Bubbabyte mate, they look awesome.

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ron963

I got my XTi yesterday and took my first shot. I was just trying it out and yes this is my first DSLR camera :).

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Bubbabyte

wow mac that's a creepy shot.. the fingers behind her neck is what does it for me, really nice pic.

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McKrout

This is one of the first photos I've taken with my new Nikon and figured I'd share. This is Rocky, one of my ferrets and he came out of his blanket at just the right time.

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~WinGz~

Taken at my grandfathers funeral yesterday.

My two uncles whom I never get to see. Just finished crying, and hugging each other faking smiles for the camera.

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~WinGz~
sorry for your loss wingz.

Thanks mate, it was a rough day. I might post a few other photographs that I took. But we will see.

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metallithrax

@crazzy88ss - any chance of the first two in higher res for use as wallpapers?

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crazzy88ss

This isn't anything special, but I just think it's kinda cool. It woulda been nearly perfect if it weren't for those two stitches in the middle. It's 90 degrees from SF (in the west) to the north. If it wasn't so foggy you could see the Golden Gate Bridge. 20 pictures total.

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Full resolution - http://www.panoramio.com/photos/original/7709240.jpg

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Damo R.
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Thats an awesome shot :)

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ron963
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I love it, heh, kind of reminds me of a faucet commercial or one of those motivation posters you find in an office.

haha thanks mate :)

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