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Jun 29th 2009 1:02PM Sure. Tell me more about yourself and what you are wanting.
Jun 2nd 2009 9:51PM Circumcision performed while you pee.
May 28th 2009 1:59PM I am soaking this all in as I prepare myself for the big purchase. I appreciate your comment about "inheriting lenses." My mother has a Pentax 35mm with bayonet mount and I have considered going that direction because I have permission to use those lenses.
If anyone has experience with--or opinions about--Pentax, I'd love to hear.
May 21st 2009 12:40PM Makes me want to go to Houston! I'll be doing a Staycation in July. Great ideas!
May 19th 2009 12:05PM I can't say that this eliminates my camera envy, but it does give me inspiration to keep shooting. These photos are wonderful.
I typically don't process my photos. Guess I need to get involved in that aspect next. I don't even know where to begin. What little bit I do is with the program that came with my camera. I finally found a manual on line, since nothing came with it. I haven't figured out how to do the things I want to be able to do yet.
Can you give me/us any tips about different processing programs?
Feb 10th 2009 1:04PM I got a Gorillapod for Christmas and I love it. It is the medium sized one that works fine for my Canon G5. I haven't thought of setting it to automatic in a dark environment. Doh! I'll have to sit in a dark room in my house and try some of these things.
Feb 3rd 2009 1:13PM I tell you what...if I ever get to take the once in a lifetime sailing cruise in the Caribbean, I'm taking you as my official photographer. I'm just sayin'....
Jan 28th 2009 12:43AM Oh, I love it that you are sharing all your secrets--well, at least some of them--with us.
The Digital Photography School is also free and has some good information:
Jan 13th 2009 3:19PM Brilliant. This is very helpful to me. I am using a Canon Powershot G5 and as much as possible, shooting on the manual setting. For Christmas I received a Gorillapod that I am only beginning to get the hang of, but it will give me much more flexibility (and stability) in shooting without flash for long exposures.
These tips deepen my understanding. Now, I need to learn how to use editing software more effectively. I don't have Photoshop. I use PhotoStudio that came with my camera, but am looking forward to getting Photoshop.
Jan 1st 2009 1:22PM Looks like I've got work to do...and I mean that in the most fun sense! Perhaps there is a day trip in my future. I am tired of shooting leaves and my back porch.