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    Default 20th Wedding Anniversary Photos

    So the wife left me at the resort during this occasion on Fort Myers Beach, Florida for a few hours to drive my son to see some old friends and meet at "the mall".

    Being that I immersed myself in the art of photography some 40 years ago when I was a youngin', I felt the urge to take some photos like I used to in those bygone days. It was............a catharsis.

    Using an old 5 mp Sony Cybershot point-n-shoot, and some free photo software (Irfanview), I submit some images for you perusal. A Nikon and Photoshop I don't have, but what tools I did have at my disposal, I tried to achieve something resembling stuff that I saw in my mind's eye.

    The middle photo "Sand Feather", was Mother Nature using plants and wind as a brush, and the sand as the palette.
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    Last edited by Lee Tyler; 11-30-2009 at 08:17 PM.
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    This reminds me of something I notice about music recording as well. When the subject (in front of the camera or mic) is truly spectacular, then it makes the acquisition technology less significant.
    Lynn Fuston
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    Quote Originally Posted by 3daudioinc View Post
    This reminds me of something I notice about music recording as well. When the subject (in front of the camera or mic) is truly spectacular, then it makes the acquisition technology less significant.

    No doubt. Get a great player on a crappy guitar and/or fair recording chain, the result will still be pretty darn good.
    "If your nose runs and your feet smell, you were probably built upside down"

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