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  1. jeniferbwa

    jeniferbwa TPF Noob!

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    Just a couple snappyshots of my little one.
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    oh yeah, b&w too..
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    Very cute. I love close-ups!
     
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    Jeremy Z No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I'm a sucker for B&W. I think I like it with a bit more contrast & gamma.

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    Thank you, you are much better at editing than me:blushing:
     
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    Jeremy Z No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    :blushing: Bah, it's easy. That one actually didn't have as much contrast as I thought I put in, hehehe.

    If you want easy editing, go to www.irfanview.com. Download & install irfanview. Associate all your (non RAW) image files with it. When you have a pic you want to edit, hit Shift+G. In many cases, you can fix underexposed shots by boosting the gamma a bit and adding a bit of contrast.

    You can make B&Ws by reducing the saturation to 0, then sliding the contrast up to your taste.

    Give it a go. You'll be surprised at how easy it can be.
     
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    Thanks! I downloaded that a long time ago but totally forgot about it lol
     
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    Jeremy Z No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Hehehe, I have been using it for years, and late last year, I finally realized I really should send the $25 to register it to my old buddy Irfan. (that's his name; he's a Czech programmer)
     

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