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    April--I like the way you use the silhouetted grass to frame the first one. Very pretty!
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    I have a panosonic DMC FZ8. I am new to photograhy so I am still learning a lot about my camera... so far I love it...but I am seeing a lot of great shots coming from slr's and think I might upgrade in a year or two when I am more comfortable with the camera.

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    Great photos April! The color of the sky against the sillouhetted grass is awesome.
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    Here are a few from last night's sunset which was particularly beautiful. I was lazy and didn't bring my tripod along, which I'm still kicking myself for, so they aren't as good as they could've been.







    And just ignore the crooked horizon in this one. Can anyone tell me where the straighten tool in PS CS2 is?

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    Quote Originally Posted by No Control View Post
    Here are a few from last night's sunset which was particularly beautiful. I was lazy and didn't bring my tripod along, which I'm still kicking myself for, so they aren't as good as they could've been.

    this is a great shot drew. love the composition especially. you could probably get a bit more out of the foreground with d-lighting aswell.
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    And just ignore the crooked horizon in this one. Can anyone tell me where the straighten tool in PS CS2 is?
    In CS2:

    Menu: Filter/Distort/Lens correction...

    Select the 2nd button on the left.
    Draw a line over the crooked horizon.
    Done.

    You can choose to have the edges be transparent, or to have Photoshop fill them in, like I chose here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rooz View Post
    this is a great shot drew. love the composition especially. you could probably get a bit more out of the foreground with d-lighting aswell.
    Thanks Rooz. This type of nature/landscape photography is really what I love so hopefully I've got some sort of skill at it. I was afraid to lighten it too much because to be able to hand-hold this shot I had to bump the ISO to 800 and I was worried about creating too much extra noise. But I'll probably go back and re-edit it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by coldrain View Post
    In CS2:

    Menu: Filter/Distort/Lens correction...

    Select the 2nd button on the left.
    Draw a line over the crooked horizon.
    Done.

    You can choose to have the edges be transparent, or to have Photoshop fill them in, like I chose here.
    Ah thanks coldrain. I even looked through the "help" and couldn't find a simple answer.
    -Drew

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    Drew, beautiful shots!! I love all of them, but the one that warmed my heart was the second. Simply beautiful. It's like capturing a dream. Great work and keep them coming.




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    Quote Originally Posted by No Control View Post
    Here are a few from last night's sunset...
    I like the 2nd shot with the park bench Drew....very nice
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