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I don't mind the ribbing on the bad photographer.. I've a thick skin. See I learned from a German American master portrait photographer who was relentless in the critique.. I can _still_ hear him after I took photos with slides in class with a shadow right down the middle of my subject just because he said not too and I _had_ to see for myself. ;P Then I learned via the $250.00 a month film and processing plan at my local prolab where I begged for cruel opinions.. Then I found a pro studio, model photographer in New York who critiqued a couple of portraits I did in medium format.. now that was a learning experience. One has to be _very_ careful of where you place your fill flash. I picked the wrong day to shoot my daughter, should have made sure it was hazy that evening. The sun was too strong for her to open her eyes for the proper photos and if you've tried photographing kids you do that they want to do or you get pout faces! but before I'm condenmed as a bad photog, I have one redeming image at: http://home.att.net/~arwomack01/images/grassback.jpg alan > Too bad the photographer doesn't know how to take a picture. If it's you, I can help for next time, but this time it might only be up to the Photoshop experts. < - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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