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Tim replied to the topic 'Using Snapchat to market your photography business?' in the forum. 8 minutes ago

I barely use Facebook for my business.  These social networks are only going to be good if you have a huge audience on each.  If there's no grass, nothing needs to be mowed.  

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Chris replied to the topic 'Sparrow Missile' in the forum. 11 minutes ago

Up up and away!  

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Chris replied to the topic 'Worst wedding photos ever taken' in the forum. 22 minutes ago

I wonder if the photographer had a straight face when he gave these to the client? :rofl:   Seriously you would have to be delusional to pass these off as professional shots.  

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Randy A. Myers replied to the topic 'I haven't shot in forever but here's a new shot. Edisons Lab.' in the forum. 2 hours 53 minutes ago

It's rotated about .25 degrees clockwise. More of an optical illusion than actually not being level.

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Randy A. Myers replied to the topic 'Why GND filters square vs circular?' in the forum. 3 hours 6 minutes ago

Conner wrote:

But why not have one that spins, and you level the graduated line on the horizon?  Kind of like the free spinning outside band on a polarized filter.  You know what I mean?
RE*read what I wrote and think about it. Say you have a nice foreground and middle ground that you want to expose for that takes up the bottom 2/3's of the image. The bright sky takes up 1/3. How would you move the graduation line with a circular so that it only covers the sky? You can't. You can spin it till it falls apart but the graduation line won't get higher in the frame so all you can do is recompose to a scene that you really didn't want. Rectangular filter can be adjusted up and down to the horizon line or more correctly, the brightest part of the scene and maintain your preferred composition. 

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Darrel replied to the topic 'Convert portraits to cartoon' in the forum. 4 hours 20 minutes ago

Do a google search.....there are a myriad of free online sites plus there are apps for both PC and smart phones. All depends on how much you wish to pay.

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Floating bump....

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Ernesto replied to the topic 'Worst wedding photos ever taken' in the forum. 4 hours 22 minutes ago

I'll bet they saved a bundle though, probably a Craig's list bargain!

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Ernesto replied to the topic 'Why GND filters square vs circular?' in the forum. 4 hours 25 minutes ago

That's fine if you want the horizon for instance, right in the center. The square ones you can put the effect where you want.  I actually prefer the square (or rectangle) filters, as once I lock focus I don't want to "screw" a filter on to the lens. With some like a big stopper, you can't focus once filter is on in lower light shots. I've also seen many shooters that hand hold grads for many landscape captures, so you're not "forced" to buy a holder. In my opinion the holder (Lee) was worth every penny I paid.....

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