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    Just used this to create a birthday card for my mum online.

    It's going to be late of course, but hopefully this'll make up for it.

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    Very cool shot. I immediately notice the third post from the right that is vacant of any bird. I definitely like it this way.

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    Thanks Richard.

    Ham, I bet your mum loved the card. That is a very cool picture.

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    Thanks rlriii13 and Jayson.

    I agree with you rlriii, for what it's worth.

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    Ham....just say you spent hours lining the gulls up just perfect and I am sure she'll love it

    Haven't been out recently on photo trips...something that I need to change....but I did manage to snap these two recently:

    Rye Harbor, NH:

    Rye Harbor-6418 by kayaker72, on Flickr


    Saw a flock of turkeys in my neighbors yard:

    Turkey-6306 by kayaker72, on Flickr

    Thanks for viewing....
    Brant

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    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^wow!!!!

    Awesome, Denise.
    Last edited by M_Six; 07-27-2012 at 05:44 PM.
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    Tough acts to follow on this page, but here's a before and after of an image I shot yesterday. I had two seconds to grab the camera and shoot before my wife pulled up to pick me up. Took some work in Photoshop, but it's such an amazing program I believe almost anything is possible with it.

    Before




    After

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    Pretty good! How much time in ps for that?

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    Nice work Mark, but I can still see the building.
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