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Justin A Clark replied to the topic 'Sigma 30mm f1.4 dc dn' in the forum. 3 minutes ago

+1 for Sigma.  Stay away from Tamron IMO 

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Justin A Clark replied to the topic 'AFOTD - This photographers work will make you smile' in the forum. 36 minutes ago

Impressive worth from both clicks above.  

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Its getting out of hand.....

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Automated bump....

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Justin A Clark created a new topic ' Extending canvas in Lightroom to place watermark' in the forum. 1 hour 43 minutes ago

Is there a way to extend a photos canvas in Lightroom so that I can place a watermark?  I'm looking for the way this can be done A-Z in Lightroom with out having to go to Photoshop.  

How can this be done?  

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SuzyM replied to the topic 'The Art of Night' in the forum. 1 hour 49 minutes ago

This was totally incredible. Thank you for sharing! I should have been working, but it was worth it!

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Peter Nunez replied to the topic 'Where did Mark Gee take this photo called Ghost Ship?' in the forum. 2 hours 25 minutes ago

Not sure, but it's a beauty

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Peter Nunez replied to the topic 'Columbia River Gorge' in the forum. 2 hours 52 minutes ago

This is a strong photo.  A solid '8' for me.  Would be a '10' if you could get more of the foreground into the shot.   The clouds come down cutting the photo in half.  

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Peter Nunez replied to the topic 'Best travel tripod for DSLR' in the forum. 3 hours 13 minutes ago

Good for you, that is a great tripod brand to work with.  

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SuzyM created a new topic ' Portrait photography practices' in the forum. 3 hours 22 minutes ago

Hey all, just a quick question about portrait photography practices...

Is it normal for the photographer to give their client proofs of every single shot they take? I ask because I had family photos taken a couple of weeks ago and the photographer sent me a link to the proofs, and I was just surprised that all 300+ images were there. It was just a bit overwhelming having to sort through so many "bad" photos where someone's eyes were closed or the photo was too bright or too dark, etc. Not a huge deal, I just thought it was strange.

Am I wrong?

Thanks!

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