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Beautiful photos on that website! Thanks!

Really nice color work. But I want to put in an plug for the casual snapshot too. You can learn a lot by taking many snapshots and comparing the results. Walk around the subject and try different angles and light.

Very sensible advice for good photographs. Occasionally the light and the subject line up and I end up with a great picture. Like Chuck B says practice is a great learning tool.

I think too that knowing exactly what your needed subject is and being determined to get the best shot you are more likely to work at it, to wait for or create the best light and to manipulate the subject and the background.

Very sensible advice for good photographs. Occasionally the light and the subject line up and I end up with a great picture. Like Chuck B says practice is a great learning tool.

I think too that knowing exactly what your needed subject is and being determined to get the best shot you are more likely to work at it, to wait for or create the best light and to manipulate the subject and the background.

Hey Rob (if you're checking in). Ever run into your old boss, Tom G? If so, tell him Craig, his old pal from New Farm days, says hi.

re: Photo tips. Play with your images in PhotoShop. I freeze up with a camera in my hands. But when I study the images on the screen, I see all kinds of ways of making the composition and other technical stuff better. When I go back out, I take better pictures so that I have better stuff to work with on-screen.

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