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11-22-2014, 08:10 AM   #11566
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QuoteOriginally posted by Racer X 69 Quote
Cricket?
THAT is NOT a cricket!

11-22-2014, 08:12 AM   #11567
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THAT is NOT a cricket!
Not a cricket ?

And good to see you back ...
11-22-2014, 08:13 AM   #11568
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I've been in absentia for a while due to IRL issues. I need someone to help me though, so I thought I'd ask here in my "neighborhood bar" thread. I have some raw files that I need help with. I need them to be the best that they can be before I take them for printing.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Jean Poitiers Quote
Not a cricket ?

And good to see you back ...
That's a bug. Bugs get squished. Usually accompanied by a LOT of high pitched shrieking.

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And geebus help us all if said bug happens to be a spider. Alyssa will run, panicked, screaming for her brother Daniel. Who will come, look at this "enormous" spider his sister is having a panic attack about, declare it to be tiny, and dispose of it for her. (Relocation or squishing) I honestly don't know how that boy keeps a straight face while she hyperventilates.

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11-22-2014, 08:40 AM   #11569
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THAT is NOT a cricket!
Right. THIS is a Cricket.



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11-22-2014, 09:42 PM   #11570
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Right. THIS is a Cricket.
Apparently they do not like hotlinking of their pictures.

Try this:
Attached Images
 
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Cheese?
Yes! That's it!
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THAT is NOT a cricket!
Sure it is Amy. And very squishable!

Oh, and nice to see you again. By the way, there is another contest on. Get with it!
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Lol! Sorry, but I can't. I do need help though. Are any of you guys good at processing snapshots of people? There's a reason I'm asking & that I'm asking here instead of elsewhere.

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Lol! Sorry, but I can't. I do need help though. Are any of you guys good at processing snapshots of people? There's a reason I'm asking & that I'm asking here instead of elsewhere.
Processing how?

I only have and use Lr4 ... Just the basics. J
11-22-2014, 11:24 PM   #11575
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Basically, I have the raw files of a couple shots from Christmas (2013) that I NEED someone who can do better than the "auto" button that I can manage. I need to be able to both crop & still print fairly large, like 11*14.

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I was playing with the camera, flash, reflector, etc. So, I do have raw files available.

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I'm on my phone at the moment, but I could email someone the files I'm taking about & give a more detailed explanation.
11-23-2014, 03:30 AM   #11576
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The Netherlands is flat as a friggin pancake, and it was expensive coming here. That's why I won't buy another K3.
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The Netherlands is flat as a friggin pancake
As I understand it, that is a bit of an exaggeration: there are dikes (dykes?, nah, I think dikes) and ditches which must mean NL is not exactly flat.
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The Netherlands is flat as a friggin pancake
Rense has photos showing hills (SE of country?), so it is not completely flat. If you need to get higher, there are shops in Amsterdam that can help with that.


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If you need to get higher, there are shops in Amsterdam that can help with that.


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... I'm on my phone at the moment, but I could email someone the files I'm taking about & give a more detailed explanation.
I will send you a PM.

Who needs hociR when there are swaps like this (@ Tours today) ...





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