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Old 01-12-2006, 08:58 AM   #61
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Old 01-12-2006, 11:11 AM   #62
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I'm pretty new at photography, but here's some of my favorites.

(ETA: Sorry they're so big, photobucket usually compresses them for me )


4th of July fireworks



A 25ft sculpture called "the praying hands" near where i used to live.



Rome, Italy - Inside the Colosseum, from the view of a gladiator about to go into the arena.



Rome, Italy - The inside of the dome in St. Peter's.



Rome, Italy - Outside of the entrance of St. Peter's.



Venice, Italy - Gondola driver



Venice, Italy - My poor wife being attacked while trying to feed the pigeons in St. Mark's square.

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Old 01-12-2006, 01:42 PM   #63
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Those are awesome stammer, I am so envious that you went to Rome

Your wife is lovely
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Old 01-12-2006, 01:50 PM   #64
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Thanks, Mrs S. I'm learning, but I'm pretty pleased with what I've done so far.

And yes, my wife is quite the hottie.

I've got a questions for you, I really liked some of the nature shots you've done. For the B&W and sepia tone, did you do that later from digital images, or with specific film? I'm a graphic artist, so I know my way around digital manipulation, but I've never been very satisfied with my attempts at B&W and sepia tone.
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I do it w/ the Kodak software, I have a Kodak digital camera
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Old 01-12-2006, 01:52 PM   #66
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Since Lies can take credit for framing a shot, I'll take credit for this one, too. It's my favorite picture of my wife and I.

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I do it w/ the Kodak software, I have a Kodak digital camera
Hmmm. Well, then we're doing it the same way. It could be that you're better at seeing contrasting colors, thus making those changes more dramatic.

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well I don't know- I know nothing about photography, I just enjoy it

Great picture of you and your wife, it must be sort of strange kissing w/ all those pigeons on you
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well I don't know- I know nothing about photography, I just enjoy it

Great picture of you and your wife, it must be sort of strange kissing w/ all those pigeons on you
Well, it takes a little getting used to. It was my second time going to Venice and I knew how great pictures in that square can turn out. So I went for it, and love the results.
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Nice shots Stammer (watch out for the bird flu though )

I use Nikons editing software I got when I purchased my camera.
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My brother was recently in Italy. He went with his choir for a tour and got to sing infront of the Pope!
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Since Lies can take credit for framing a shot, I'll take credit for this one, too. It's my favorite picture of my wife and I.

awww

Your photos are fantastic. I want to visit Rome.
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Anyone use Picasa? I have Macromedia FireWorks and Adobe Photoshop but I use Picasa more than both combined! It's free and so simple to use.
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A few of my favorite pet pics:

My cousin Annalise after a makeover to paint her eyes like her bird, Sammy




My darling Poshie


Beckham looking more scary than cute, but I like how this captured his gold eyes


Eden with an eye infection


Eden sooooo cute
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And a few more creative ones from my family vacation this past summer (sorry, crappy compressed quality):

My favorite action shot - my little sis (back) and her friends being attacked by a horsefly (if you're not familiar with horseflies, they're big and attach themselves to you and CHEW HARD)


Lillies in front of the cottage, after a rainstorm




Monarch caterpillar on milkweed


The moon at dusk


I HATE spiders! I didn't even dare look while I shot this pic


My aunt's puzzle that never got done b/c all the pieces looked the same!


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