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Photography Question 
Arleen H. McDaniel
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  1 .  Why the color change with change of setting
 
  Biege Flower
Biege Flower
f/5.6 1/320 sec ISO-400
75-300mm at 205 mm Macro setting
Morning overcast day

© Arleen H. McDaniel
Canon EOS Rebel T3...
 
  Yellow Flower
Yellow Flower
f/8 1/60 sec ISO-400
75-300mm at 180 mm
Aperture Priority

© Arleen H. McDaniel
Canon EOS Rebel T3...
 
I took a picture of flower with a macro setting and a AP setting and the flower changed colors from a beige to a yellow. Was wondering why

7/28/2014 6:34:14 AM

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Diane L. Thomas
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  2 .  filters
Does anyone know if the Nikon D700 is able to shot infra.

6/20/2014 8:14:05 AM

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Photography Question 
Harriet Feagin
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  3 .  Lightroom VS Photoshop
Lately more and more photographers I know(some professional) are using Lightroom. I have always used Photoshop but am interested in using Lightroom or at least experimenting with it. How many of my fellow BP members prefer Lightroom and why or visa versa? I would appreciate any feedback. Thanks.

6/12/2014 8:03:02 PM

Frank Bilotta
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member since: 11/8/2010
  I would say try LR. I love it. Of course you should watch as many educational video and tutorials as possible with patients. I know I have spent much more on education for LR then what it cost for LR.

6/13/2014 9:58:21 AM

  Thanks, Frank.

6/13/2014 11:02:00 AM

Mark Windom

member since: 5/24/2014
  I use both LR and PS and wouldn't want to be without either one. LR is a terrific 'digital asset management system'(Library). I use the Develop module (basically camera raw) for 95% of my processing and will take an image over to Photoshop if it needs touch-up work that LR can't handle (LR's only weakness as far as I'm concerned).
I also highly recommend the Nik/Google products such as Viveza, Color Efex, and Silver Efex.
And, last but not least, if you do focus stacking Helicon is hard to beat.

6/26/2014 12:59:34 PM

  Thanks, Mark. This is pretty much what I have begun doing. I have not used Helicon a whole lot but need to give it another try. Again, thanks for taking the time to share.

Harriet

6/26/2014 2:44:39 PM

doug Nelson
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member since: 6/14/2001
  I love LR. Like Mark, I like PS for retouch. The writers of LR have spawned a cottage industry of books to tell us how to use LR. I was lost until I got both LR developer Scott Kelby's Lightroom for Digital Photographers and Sylvia Bampton's Lightroom, the Missing FAQ's. I'm 67 and I find nothing computer-related to be intuitive. You might fare better - try Scott Kelby's book first.

7/21/2014 8:30:48 AM

  Thanks, Doug. I have been using Lightroom more and more and do like it. Like others, I go to PS for detailed touch ups.
Thanks again.

Harriet Feagin

7/21/2014 11:50:53 AM

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Photography Question 
Fathan Groulx

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  4 .  How to Send a Large Group of Photos
I was the amateur photographer at a friend's wedding. I took 200 photos in 'fine' resolution. What is the best way to move the photos to a CD to give to her? I'm sure that moving the JPEGs via my own laptop would take forever! Help!

6/10/2014 1:30:13 PM

  I used to use a wonderful stand-alone CD burner that made CDs directly from media cards with no need for a computer - great for travel (Iomega, I think). I've seen a few others since then, but in any event, that would involve additional expense so not an option unless you'd be using it often. Can't imagine it would take THAT long to burn 200 photos from your laptop, though, even if they're very high-res.
And BTW, if you do want the standalone burner, go for a DVD burner, not CD. You'd need multiple CDs to store that many photos. That's mostly why I stopped using ours - the higher megapixel cameras meant one day's outing would fill up at least 2 or 3 CDs.
You might also transfer your photos to a flash drive - they're relatively cheap - and give it to her on that. You should be able to get all of them on a 4 MB drive, which you should be able to get for 10 bucks or less.

6/10/2014 3:27:41 PM

  Thumb drives have gotten very cheap. It would be quite easy to drag a folder from your hard drive to the USB drive. Also, I don't think burning 200 photos (even at high res) would take an exceptionally long time.

6/11/2014 7:21:48 PM

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Dayna Cain
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  5 .  Just For Fun, I Would Like To Know
I would like to know what everyone's dream job would be as a photographer. There are so many styles of photography and so many areas that a person could go into. For instance, the photographer who gets paid to just take photo's of the President or maybe a concert photographer or maybe you would like to work for National Geographic, etc. Remember, it's just for fun so there are no wrong answers! lol

5/12/2014 9:49:13 AM

  Interesting question, Dayna! If I had my druthers, I'd love to create theme calendars (including the kind that are sold at mall kiosks). Favorite topics might be specific state and national parks, flowers (big surprise there!), boats and even oddball things like rusty metal, abstract shapes and falling-down barns. One thing I NEVER want to photograph professionally, though, is people!

5/12/2014 10:52:12 AM

Christopher J. Budny
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  Hmmm... Assuming in the dream that I would also be skilled enough to be excellent at it, then I think I would enjoy studio photography of beautiful objects -- such as photos you'd find of, say, a vintage Bugatti convertible shown in a glossy museum program or booklet published for a rare vintage-car exhibit... Lots of perfect lighting, controlled reflections in the car's glossy paint, a black background, picking out beautiful chrome details or graceful body lines, etc... or say, exquisite wristwatches for magazine ads. Something that combines my interest in macro/detail, with that kind of very polished, stylized end-result image.
Or of course, Ministry of Icelandic Tourism official photographer -- assuming it comes with all gear I'd ever possibly need, plus endless travel budget to explore the country ;) (And, somehow, the willingness to get up at 3am to chase sunrises in the bitter cold... ;)

5/12/2014 11:55:07 AM

  I would love to be a people photographer if I could choose my subjects. I would really love to find a family in my area (Southeast KY) and follow their lives for a year or two and just document the daily routine of living in their world. In fact I already have the family picked out. They live about two miles from me and I pass by their house everyday on my way to and from work. Actually they live in an old abandoned church. Are they what society would call upstanding citizens? Heck no. Do any of them have jobs? Maybe one or two out the entire bunch. They are not clean people, they live dirt poor and look like they would kill you if you looked at them wrong. Are they up to illegal activities? I'm guessing they are but here's why they fascinate me. They play music. On a warm evening they are out on the steps of that old run down church and they play music. I used to go walking in the evenings for exercise and I would go past their place. There they would be, playing guitars, mandolins and fiddles. They are extremely talented musicians and I always wanted to stop and listen but their pit bull dogs had different plans for me and I never got the chance to listen for long. How's that for a dream photography job? haha

5/12/2014 12:06:57 PM

  I forgot to mention that this family has no idea I have singled them out for my photo documentary. But seeing as how it's never gonna happen they really don't need to know. lol

5/12/2014 12:10:56 PM

  Wow! Dayna, I love your idea. Bring a female dog to keep the pit bulls occupied, storm the porch and lay it on them...the idea, I mean. Who knows, they might go for it.
For me, I think I'd be more likely to go the way of Monnie. Since I've never shot in anything resembling a studio, I can't even begin to think about what Chris said, although I do love Bob Garas's old froggie shots.

5/13/2014 3:29:18 AM

  I would be happy to lug the luggage of Jim Zuckerman on all his photo expeditions.

UB.

5/13/2014 10:49:43 AM

  For me I love nature and the outdoors and would love to go chasing that rainbow, the last light of a sunset, first light of day and capture that one landscape that everyone would want hanging in their house. Would like to be able to travel, hike and photograph in the back country where few people see or may not want to go. I just need to figure out to get rid of other responsibilities and become rich before I get to old. National Geographic would work nicely. LOL

5/13/2014 12:36:06 PM

Ken Smith
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  I would like to organize photo shoots for groups of 10 or less, and do 7-day trips for landscape photography in locales across the US, mostly western US (Oregon, CA, UT, AZ, UT, CO). And Canadian Rockies. But I know that's a lot of work..the insurance, access to locales, logistics, etc. But it would be fun!

5/13/2014 2:29:49 PM

Gregory LaGrange
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member since: 11/11/2003
  Freelance. I'd want variety. Some editorial, some ads, some stuff where I can hang around and let things happen. Like Marco Grob, Ernst Haas, or Arthur Meyersoon.
And I'd be making enough money so that when I'm not working I'm riding one of my 15 motorcycles. Or more if I can find a big enough garage.

5/16/2014 4:50:42 PM

Bob Cammarata
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member since: 7/17/2003
  These days, I shoot only for me.
My "dream job" revolves around satisfying my own obsession for getting things as good as anyone can possibly get them.
(...so I guess I'm doomed to die broke.) :(

5/18/2014 10:33:07 AM

Pat Harry
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  Well, darn. Usman took my job.:) For me, I think a top notch street photographer, really capturing the emotion behind a moment. If that didn't work, then urban decay or possibly a macro photographer of objects (not flowers, probably). I have a studio set up, but portraits terrify me. They aren't as patient as a rusty nail, and are more likely than the nail to not like the results. :)

5/18/2014 4:57:42 PM

 
 
  moultonfalls14 0285 hdra
moultonfalls14 0285 hdra
Bridge at Mouton Falls
 
 
It would be fun to travel the world shooting for a living but I also love camping & festivals and spend a great deal of time shooting these events with many of my local friends as well. I dont think I could be totally content doing one job as opposed to several different type jobs. I have a degree and enjoy my work (Telecom) and I dont have to sweat over wrangling up photography business to pay the bills. When I started taking classes at Better Photo, my goal was to learn to take the best photos I can and in that, I am still learning, practicing, experimenting and I love it...... Well, maybe I could shoot high fashion models with a Hasselblad 85mm with someone carrying all my camera gear, lights & do the editing for me. That might be fun. "There are 3 key things for good photography: the camera, lighting and... photoshop" - Tyra Banks Keep it light - Carlton

5/18/2014 11:44:15 PM

Greg McCroskery
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member since: 2/27/2003
  I believe I'm have my dream job in photography! :-)
I've been doing photography professionally for about 25 yrs. First on a part time basis, and beginning in 2000 on a full time basis.
I started out doing portrait and wedding photography for quite a few years, but have gradually transitioned to doing primarily 'corporate event' photography. I love doing this kind of photography.
Wedding photography became more and more stressful to me (no one was on time, except me), although I loved working with the clients -- it also involved a lot of post event production work.
Corporate event shooting includes just about all types of photography - portraits (both individual and group), product shots (trade shows), sports (mainly golf and tennis), architectural shooting, social activities, dancing, stage presentations, scenic, and even animal photography. All done in different locations and lighting conditions that challenge my skills as a photographer.
Clients often pay for me to stay at very nice resorts/hotels, and often my contracts require on-site delivery of high resolution Jpeg files -- so there is often little post production work.
In addition, since I have transitioned to using the Olympus/Panasonic Micro Four Thirds System for all of my shooting, I don't get exhausted from hauling around a bunch of large, heavy DSLR equipment!
I would say that I am blessed to have that dream job.

5/24/2014 6:12:59 AM

  My dream photography job would be to travel around the world taking photos of the beauty around me in the landscapes, people, nature, wildlife, sports, events...okay, pretty much everything, so freelance!

5/24/2014 9:19:21 PM

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Photography Question 
Carolyn  M. Fletcher
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  6 .  Do You Have A Nikon 1 or Coolpix?
If you have either of these cameras, please contact me. I won a contest on ViewBug and they sent me an accessory that you can only use on one of those cameras. It isn't cheap, so I'm sure somebody will be able to use it. It's a pretty cool item.

5/9/2014 9:28:42 AM

  Ok, thanks, guys. The thingy has gone off to Melodie Roberts. I hope she enjoys it.

5/13/2014 3:30:43 AM

  I can't wait to get my Thingy! ;0)


5/13/2014 4:13:01 PM

  I got my Thingy!

Thanks Fletch!
It was very generous of you!
You are one of the many people who make BP such a great place!

5/16/2014 3:57:45 PM

  Well, when you figure it out, let me know how it works!

5/16/2014 4:06:04 PM

  Let the rest of us know, too. The suspense is killing us LOL

5/18/2014 8:08:33 AM

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Photography Question 
Mitch Spence
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  7 .  Change in form of BP notifications
This morning, I've noticed that the BP email notifications, concerning comment on images, no longer include the name of the photographer. That is, they say "Discussion on photo by" and nothing else, when they did say something like "Discussion on Photo by Mitch, at BetterPhoto.com - #1536001" I have just this minute noticed however that when one refers to an image of mine, the full wording is still there (at least in a recent one) but not there for others' images. This new wording (or rather, non wording) is a difficulty for me because I choose to get all notifications but just quickly delete any that aren't relevant. Not possible now without opening them all. Hope this is simply a temporary glitch.

4/10/2014 7:33:12 AM

  I have the same problem and now the filtering system that I had set up to help me manage these discussions is not working, either. I don't want to have to open each email to see whose image the discussion is on.

4/10/2014 7:50:51 AM

  Just noticed the same thing with 5 new email messages, Mitch - and I almost deleted all of them thinking they were spam. Luckily I read the thread at PG101 before I did. No idea the reason behind the change, but I do NOT like it.

4/10/2014 7:52:35 AM

  Mine are coming in with no subject.

4/10/2014 7:52:55 AM

  My started last night just like Martha's with no subject. Its kinda of a pain to have to open each one.

4/10/2014 8:49:13 AM

Jim Miotke
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Owner, BetterPhoto.com, Inc.
  Thanks all!

This should be fixed.

Let me know if it continues.

xxoo
Jim

4/10/2014 9:36:06 AM

  Just writing in the thread so that all of you above can check if its fixed yet or not.

UB.

4/10/2014 9:52:30 AM

Jim Miotke
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  Looks great to me!

;-)

4/10/2014 9:56:56 AM

  Yay, its fixed already.

UB.

4/10/2014 9:57:50 AM

  Yes! Yay! Fixed! Thank you!! :-)

4/10/2014 10:09:53 AM

  I thank you and so does my email filter :)

4/10/2014 10:40:05 AM

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Harriet Feagin
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  8 .  Textures
Hi,
I want to find some colorful textures such as pastel oils or watercolors. Does anyone know a good source? Thanks!

4/5/2014 9:03:58 AM

  Have you tried Gimp (freeware from www.gimp.org)? It also has texture-like effects and a lot more. Also, you can create and blend your own textures with photos.

4/5/2014 10:52:56 AM

  Thanks. I will look this up.

4/5/2014 1:56:38 PM

  Try Textures for Layers on Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/groups/textures4layers/
They have lots of free textures. This will also lead you to individual Flickr accounts with more free textures.

5/31/2014 3:55:31 AM

  As Tiia mentioned you can create a texture by blending your own photos.

Sidewalk cement makes a good texture, as does tree bark, rusted metal, carpet, crinkled paper, frost/snow/rain on a window screen, etc.

For this photo I blended a picture of my counter top with a photo of corn stalks and adjusted the hue/saturation.

Garnished Grackle

5/31/2014 8:00:15 AM

 
 
  Double Gold
Double Gold
Same finch; flying and perching. Background is my sidewalk blended with my countertop.
 
 
This photo is an example of blending cement and a different counter top.

5/31/2014 8:02:55 AM

Anne Marie Hickey
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  Also try Joel Olive, Flypaper, Paint the Monn and my favorite is French Kiss for textures

6/13/2014 1:14:00 PM

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Arleen H. McDaniel
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  9 .  Aperture Priority mode
 
  living room chairs
living room chairs
aperture priority, 1/60 sec, 18-55mm, indoors, Arleen McDaniel, Mid day, etc.
© Arleen H. McDaniel
Nikon D3100
 
With the camera setting on Aperture Priority , I set the setting No problem but the camera does not seem to do its part and the pictures often turn out fairly dark. This in indoor shooting
Arleen McDaniel

3/19/2014 10:46:51 AM

Gregory LaGrange
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  It would've done that on shutter priority. The meter measures relative brightness of the different parts of what ever the metering area is reflecting back at it. A very bright spot like outside area will shift what it thinks the exposure needs to be to under exposed end.
Like being outside and suddenly looking at a white object that hurts your eyes. The sun didn't get brighter, you looked at an area that reflected more light than the overall scene.
If they're turning out dark all the time, like when you're outside, then you might have the exposure compensation accidentally set to under expose. You can check that to be sure.

3/19/2014 5:19:01 PM

Christopher J. Budny
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  You may also need to check what metering mode your camera is set to (if it has the ability to choose from different ones like Spot, Center-Weighted, Evaluative.)
For instance, if you were set to Spot, and the actual spot being metered was outside that window, then this shot is exposed accordingly -- notice how the outside is not blown out? The trees are all well defined/exposed... being so much brighter out there, than in the room, if the outside drove your metering, the inside ends up very underexposed as you have here. Conversely, if you had exposed for say, the chair, you likely would have blown out much of the detail in the yard outside.

3/20/2014 5:52:40 AM

  Thank you for the feedback, In your opinion what would be the best metering setting in this situation?

3/20/2014 6:07:51 AM

Christopher J. Budny
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  For a single photograph of this scene, you'd have to decide which elements mattered most. If the goal is to show the room & chairs, properly exposed, you will lose a bit (or much of) the exterior to blow-out. But given the big expanse of brightness in the center of your scene, I'd try Evaluative/Overall metering. Also, if you had sheers on those windows, closing them might help cut the light a bit, and balance out the overall lighting in the room.
Another option would be to take 2 identical shots on a tripod; one exposed for the yard, one exposed for the room, and blend those together (in software) for a composite result.

3/20/2014 6:59:46 AM

Gregory LaGrange
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  You also have spot metering or the exposure compensation. One may feel smoother to use than the other. The location of the spot meter button on my camera isn't as easy as using the dial on the back to use exposure compensation. It's easy to keep the camera up and use my thumb and keep looking at the info in the viewfinder.
So for me, I would use the evaluative with exposure comp when keeping it on an auto exposure setting. It's one choice, you may like another.

3/20/2014 7:17:11 AM

  I will do some playing with both of these, I seem to have better luck with Manual setting, I will send the results I really appreciate the imformation

3/20/2014 12:14:13 PM

  This is a challenging exposure situation, for sure! I agree with those who discussed using spot or center-weighted metering if you wanted to get proper exposure on the furniture in the room. The outdoors would appear blown-out by comparison, but that's not always a bad thing. Another alternative is to utilize HDR software to get the best exposure in all areas. You must shoot several exposures of the scene and combine them with the HDR software, PhotoMatix is one.

3/27/2014 6:47:09 PM

 
 
 
I have played around some with the different aspects and think the forum has been helpful and appreciate the feed back
Arleen

3/28/2014 8:55:11 AM

 
 
  14421808  forum picture
14421808 forum picture
AP 1 sec f/16 100
18-55mm at 35
 
  14421809 forum picture
14421809 forum picture
AP 10 sec f/16 200 +2 exp
18-55mm at 35mm
 
 
Having trouble getting the pictures in exposure +2 and HDR
arleen

3/28/2014 9:35:11 AM

 
 
 
Here are a couple of the play around learning pictures
Arleen

3/28/2014 9:38:09 AM

 
 
 
Here are a couple of the play around learning pictures
Arleen

3/28/2014 9:38:09 AM

  Hi Arleen, The image at the bottom is the better of the two in terms of exposure on the furniture. The outdoor area is a little blown out. Your comment suggests that you have HDR software. If so, just keep experimenting with it. For best results, you'll need to shoot some exposures over, at your camera's recommended exposure, and several under.

3/28/2014 9:48:40 AM

Gregory LaGrange
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  You could use that situation as an opportunity to learn about using flash to get a better balance of light between the inside and outside.
Bounce flash off the ceiling to bring the lighting ratios closer together.

3/29/2014 10:01:35 AM

  I HAVEN'T DEALT MUCH WITH LIGHTING YET, I HAVE THE EXTRA LIGHT, BUT HAVE NOT USED IT MUCH BUT AM TRYING TO WORK EACH DAY ON SOME ASPECT, THE CLASS THAT I HAVE SIGNED US I THINK WILL BE COVERING SOME ON LIGHTING, I THANK YOU FOR YOUR FEEDBACK & REALLY APPRECIATE ALL OF THE OF THE FEED BACK I HAVE RECEIVED .
ARLEEN

3/31/2014 1:29:01 PM

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Jeff E Jensen
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  10 .  Winners Circle Jan. 2014 through June 2014
Phello Photographers Club - Winners Circle January through June, 2014.
This discussion is for members of the Phello Photographers club to post finalists and winners.

2/26/2014 8:23:29 AM

 
 
  Pinned
Pinned

1/320 Sec - f/7.1 - ISO 320 - 105mm
Canon EOS 1Dx - Canon ef 24-105mm f/4.0L IS - Canon 12mm Ext Tube
 
BetterPhoto.com Photo Contest SECOND PLACE Winner
 
The Orb Master
The Orb Master

242 Seconds - f/8 - ISO 160 - 35mm
Canon 5D Mk III - Canon 35mm f/2.0
 
BetterPhoto.com Photo Contest Finalist
 
Daybreak
Daybreak

1/400 Sec - f/22 - ISO 320 - 24mm
Canon EOS 5D Mk III - Canon EF 24-105mm f/4.0L

 
 
I entered 6 last month, 3 got Staff favorites, 2 made it to Finalist.

I'll be in Vegas this weekend, with that kind of luck, I'm betting it all on red. . .

2/26/2014 8:25:29 AM

 
 
  DRAGON FLY AT REST
DRAGON FLY AT REST
 
  RIBBONS OF COLOR
RIBBONS OF COLOR
 
  SIMILARITIES
SIMILARITIES
 
BetterPhoto.com Photo Contest Finalist
 
OPULENCE
OPULENCE
 
 
Great images, Jeff. I got four Staff Favorites and the pearls made it to Finalist.

2/26/2014 9:43:47 AM

 
 
  Winter Blues
Winter Blues
Atlanta, January 28, 2014
MT 1/31/14
 
 
Staff Favorite

2/28/2014 5:22:57 AM

 
 
 
Did anyone find that the Sf's this month were much more prolific or was I just lucky??

3/27/2014 9:44:52 AM

 
 
 
Did anyone find that the Sf's this month were much more prolific or was I just lucky??

3/27/2014 9:45:10 AM

  Forget it, I'll try tomorrow. I entered something this morning already and so it's not working. Later...

3/27/2014 9:46:36 AM

  Forget it, I'll try tomorrow. I entered something this morning already and so it's not working. Later...

3/27/2014 9:50:34 AM

 
 
  ANTIQUE PEARLS
ANTIQUE PEARLS
 
BetterPhoto.com Photo Contest Finalist
 
KOOKABUURA
KOOKABUURA
 
  BEGIN THE DAY WITH A GOOD BREAKFAST
BEGIN THE DAY WITH A GOOD BREAKFAST
 
BetterPhoto.com Photo Contest Finalist
 
AUTUMN'S CANOPY
AUTUMN'S CANOPY
 
BetterPhoto.com Photo Contest Finalist
 
THE EARLY BIRD GETS THE SHOT
THE EARLY BIRD GETS THE SHOT
 
BetterPhoto.com Photo Contest Finalist
 
BLACK AND WHITE GEOMETRY
BLACK AND WHITE GEOMETRY
 
BetterPhoto.com Photo Contest SECOND PLACE Winner
 
FLUIDITY
FLUIDITY
 
 
I am sorry -- I knew I had done it twice but not that many times. I apologize.

For some unknown reason, I managed to get a slew of SF's. Certainly surprising. A couple were ones that never even got a BP. Does that make any sense at all. Here they are and if they are not, go to my gallery. I promise I won't enter anything else in duplicate or higher.

3/28/2014 11:09:16 AM

 
 
BetterPhoto.com Photo Contest Finalist
 
THE SHY ONE
THE SHY ONE
 
 
And another surprise…This little guy showed up this afternoon.

3/28/2014 3:52:40 PM

  Congrats, Debbie! Well deserved on all accounts. I entered 6 images last month and ended up with 3 finalists. I guess that's pretty good odds.

3/28/2014 7:09:04 PM

  Wow, Debbie, congratulations on all your fantastic Finalists.

Congratulations to you, too, Jeff on your three.

Good luck to you both in the final round!

3/29/2014 12:54:39 AM

 
 
  Green Envy, Pure and Simple
Green Envy, Pure and Simple
EOD 2/26/14
 
 
Congratulations to Debbie and Jeff on their well-deserved Golds.

Staff Favorite for me.

3/30/2014 12:46:28 AM

 
 
BetterPhoto.com Photo Contest SECOND PLACE Winner
 
The Story of Jonah
The Story of Jonah
Painting with light
1 exposure, f/25, 13 seconds, ISO 200
Canon 7D
Light source is iPhone flashlight app
 
 
One for me!

5/1/2014 7:35:13 AM

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