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  1. #1621
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  2. #1622
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    Nice tree shot Turo where was it taken?
    Around every picture there's a corner & round every corner there's a picture
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  3. #1623
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    Lukas your landscapes are getting better & better DPR is right I'm sure you could sell them. In fact you ought to make them into a book. I recently bought a book that was done by the Olympus Safari group through a company called Blurb. It was a collection of group members shots put together for an exhibition and was very nicely produced. All you do is download some software from Blurb arrange your shots & Blurb prints copies of the books for you. Not sure how it works commercially if you want to sell the books but it seems a great way to keep a collection of shots.
    Around every picture there's a corner & round every corner there's a picture
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  4. #1624
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    Lukas, Very nice shots, I love em', but it maybe time to start varrying your subjects.

    Turo, very nice use of depth, texture, and color contrast. A blue sky makes the perfect natural background, as do gray skies to set a mood.
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  5. #1625
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phill D View Post
    Nice tree shot Turo where was it taken?
    My backyard . Its the view behind my house.

  6. #1626
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    Sometimes beauty is right in your back yard...
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  7. #1627
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    Yea what a backyard I'm impressed. Whats the house like then?
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  8. #1628
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phill D View Post
    Yea what a backyard I'm impressed. Whats the house like then?
    Hehehe, its not nearly as impressive . We are just lucky that we live on the edge of our neighborhood, so we don't have any neighbors behind us (well, except all the animals who live back in those woods, of course).

  9. #1629
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phill D View Post
    Lukas your landscapes are getting better & better DPR is right I'm sure you could sell them. In fact you ought to make them into a book. I recently bought a book that was done by the Olympus Safari group through a company called Blurb. It was a collection of group members shots put together for an exhibition and was very nicely produced. All you do is download some software from Blurb arrange your shots & Blurb prints copies of the books for you. Not sure how it works commercially if you want to sell the books but it seems a great way to keep a collection of shots.
    Thanks Phill D

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    Lukas, Very nice shots, I love em', but it maybe time to start varrying your subjects.
    Thanks. Landscapes are my favorite. I shoot other things if they strike me, but it's just not as much fun. Since I live on the coast, most of the good stuff is at the beach. I just got back from Death Valley, so that'll be a little different.
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  10. #1630
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    Yeah, until I moved to AZ 4 years ago I was stuck in a rut, but then when I returned I rediscovered The Peninsula, Tahoe, Big Sur, Carmel, Monterey (my perenial home), and the Salinas Valley and associated river. Ever been to Spreckles, Coalinga, Paso Robles? You should go.

    Here, there's the ubiquitous Desert w/Saguaro Cacti (shown), Tucson, White Mountains, Tombstone, Prescott, Flagstaff, Williams, Sedona, and of course... The Canyon. Western scenes and lifestyles. So much to shoot, so little time. This weekend the Salt River... including warter... flowing(!!!)
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