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  1. shandie8

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    Shandie, I love old tree shots like this. Old Oak trees are my favorite thing to shoot and I'm always looking for them. Nice shot !
     
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    Thanks!
     
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    Nice shot, the green and blue with the brightness in the upper-right give it an errie feel :thumbup:
     
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    very nice!
     
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    Nice shot, I Really like the color! Will u post the specs?
     
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    Er lol Im sorry Im not sure what Specs are?
     
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    Very cool shot, looks like an ancient tree.
     
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    Specs are information on things like f/stop, shutter speed, iso, etc... If this is digital you can find programs that tell you this information because it is embedded in the photo as what is called 'exif data'. There are a lot of program that can extract exif data from pictures, off the top of my head Google's Picasa can as well as do a lot of other stuff.
     
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    Oooh that makes sense..lol I was looking into Picasa but thought it seemed silly. Anyway I just used my sony cybershot DSC P43 digital camera,any other bits of information I am unsore about.
     

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