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  1. #1331
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    Editing posts

    Hi Toriaj,
    Thanks for the tip, but I donīt see an Edit button anywhere on my screen .

    Also thanks for the kind words, I am totally in the early learning stages of phototgraphy, but I think Iīm learning. Great shots everybody!

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    Hmm. Look directly under the words in your own post. (Not at the top or bottom of the screen. Inside the large box that holds your text in your post. If you start at the top of your post window, where it says the day you joined, that you live in Lima, Peru, and the number of your posts, just go directly down past your writing to the bottom of the box.) There in the right bottom corner there should be two orange buttons. One says "edit," the other says, "quote." I hope that helps!
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  3. #1333
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    New to the forum, thought I'd start with a few pictures. I've been working on bird shots for a month or so. These are a few of my better attempts.


    200mm - 1/320 - f8


    98mm - 1/250 - f9


    280mm - 1/200 - f7.1


    195mm - 1/125 - f6.3
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  4. #1334
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    Hi again, Toriaj,

    Nope, there are no buttons, except the Quote button, and, there is nowhere that says the day I joined, Lima, number of posts, nothing . I think the power sucking aliens took some of the data from my page.

    Quote Originally Posted by toriaj View Post
    Hmm. Look directly under the words in your own post. (Not at the top or bottom of the screen. Inside the large box that holds your text in your post. If you start at the top of your post window, where it says the day you joined, that you live in Lima, Peru, and the number of your posts, just go directly down past your writing to the bottom of the box.) There in the right bottom corner there should be two orange buttons. One says "edit," the other says, "quote." I hope that helps!

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    Excellent shots, JC4! I love the detail. Some of them look a little underexposed, but that could be fixed in PP. Welcome to the forum!

    Well, fidlin, it seems weird that you'd have a "Quote" button but no "Edit" button. You are looking at your OWN post, not anyone else's, right? Because there is no "Edit" button for someone else's post. And you are logged in when you are looking, right?

    If you have those things covered, maybe you could try posting in the "DCRP Site Feedback" thread. You might even get Jeff to answer, if you do. Good luck!
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    Quote Originally Posted by toriaj View Post
    Excellent shots, JC4! I love the detail. Some of them look a little underexposed, but that could be fixed in PP. Welcome to the forum!
    Thanks.

    Getting the exposure right has been a learning experience(on going). The background is always different than the birds, and if I use weighted metering the darker birds don't read properly either. I thought I had these adjusted fairly well, which do you think look underexposed?

    Also, I have a copy of ColorVision on order, since I think my monitor is off. My monitor is definetly bright, especially compared to my printers. Maybe that's why your seeing them as underexposed, when I thought they were close?
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    Numbskull walking...

    HA! Well, DUH, dummy here wasnīt logged on when he was looking for the EDIT button . Ok, so now I see all the things you mentioned. Thanks much for your help.

    Quote Originally Posted by toriaj View Post
    Well, fidlin, it seems weird that you'd have a "Quote" button but no "Edit" button. You are looking at your OWN post, not anyone else's, right? Because there is no "Edit" button for someone else's post. And you are logged in when you are looking, right?

    If you have those things covered, maybe you could try posting in the "DCRP Site Feedback" thread. You might even get Jeff to answer, if you do. Good luck!

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    Smile Backyard Robin

    This little guy (gal?) was taking a puddle bath when I heard him fluttering away. I ran for my camera which had a 70-300 on it, and when I got back outside he was sunning himself in the late day sun. He didn't seem to care the least that I was shooting away just feet below him!!! Any feedback is welcome, thnx!

    Great shots in this thread...I'm learning so much from this site, it's amazing!
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    I'm glad you figured it out Now show us more shots!
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    Kite on a tower

    Taken at full wide. He's hardly visible.



    Taken at 12x. Looks like a kite for sure.


    If only I had the DH1758, there would have been another pic.
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