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Rivenna Drinking Water


 

BetterPhoto.com All Time Best Photo Contest Finalist BetterPhoto.com Photo Contest SECOND PLACE Winner  
Rivenna Drinking Water
Rivenna Drinking Water
f/2.8, 1/1500, 24-70@55, iso 400, shot outside on an overcast afternoon

Jim Mires

 
 
 

Colette M. Metcalf
 

Very well done, Jim!!!


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July 26, 2003

 

Barbara K. Breitsameter
  Another fantastic piece of art. This is priceless.


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July 26, 2003

 

Amy M. Parish
  Love the triptich idea, works really well in a theme. Great close up shots, the details are perfect.


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July 26, 2003

 

RICKY RIDDLE
  Very well done.Great photo.


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July 27, 2003

 

Jim Mires
  Thanks for the comments, Everyone. After talking with Rivenna‚Äôs Mother the next day she told me that this was the first time she had really given her water. Needless to say she will be happy to have some pictures of the event.


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July 29, 2003

 

Jennifer Bulsza
  Congrats Jim! Well deserved!


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August 14, 2003

 

Cathy Shotz
  Beautiful and priceless photo. Congratulations, Jim.


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August 15, 2003

 

Robert Brown
  Great triptych, Jim.


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August 15, 2003

 
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  Congratulations Jim!!! It is such a great composite! I am very excited for you!! Good Luck!


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August 15, 2003

 

Elizabeth Stiles
  Way to go Jim!!! It's looks like you are well on your way to becoming the famous photographer of children in your neighborhood:0) Congrats!


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August 15, 2003

 

Colette M. Metcalf
  Congrats to you, Jim!!!!


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August 16, 2003

 

Piper Lehman
  Hey! Congrats, Baby! This is too cute. Good to see your name here. I miss everyone from Oregon. We all need to get together again next spring. Keep in touch--
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August 16, 2003

 

Susana Matos
  This is a heartbreaker photo!! So cute and so lovely!! Congratulations,
cheers from POrtugal, Su


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August 16, 2003

 

Damian P. Gadal
  Well done - Congratulations!


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August 16, 2003

 

Connie I. Chandler
  Jim, what a wonderful series of photographs. Absolutely wonderful! CongratulationS!


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August 16, 2003

 
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  Adorable image! Many congratulations on your win!


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August 16, 2003

 

Barbara K. Breitsameter
  Yahoo! So glad this got the recongition it deserved. Congrats!


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August 16, 2003

 
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  A precious and very well shot triptych, Jim! A perfect capture of a special moment. Congratulations on your win :-)


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August 16, 2003

 

Amy M. Parish
  A well deserved win, congrats!


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August 17, 2003

 

Kelly S. Andrews
  This is a great set of images! I love the close crop and especially how you have the 3 images together. May I ask how you stitched the 3 together? I have Dell Image Expert which has a stitch feature but that is for making panoramas not for what you did. I looked around my Adobe PS Elements and Paint Shop Pro, but I don't see any tool that would do this (unless I am missing something). Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks!

Congrats on your win!


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August 17, 2003

 

Jim Mires
  Thanks for the comments everyone!

Kelly,
I put the three images together in Photoshop 7 but I know you can do the same thing in Photoshop elements. First create a new file from scratch with nothing in it, make it big enough to hold all three for your pictures. Next open all three of you pictures, one by one do a select all, copy and then paste them in to the new file. They will appear in the new file as individual layers so you will be able to move them around. If you need more help or have more questions e-mail me from my member page.


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August 17, 2003

 
serenapiercephotography.com

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  Congratulations Jim!!


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August 17, 2003

 

Kelly S. Andrews
  Thanks for the advice Jim - I will try it out today!


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August 18, 2003

 

Kelly S. Andrews
  Hi Jim, your instructions were perfect. Here are the results http://www.betterphoto.com/forms/discussionDetail.php?threadID=53296

Thanks again for sharing your expertise!


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August 19, 2003

 
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  Great series of shots, Jim. Beautiful baby!


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August 27, 2003

 
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