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xpoetmarcr

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  1. I adjusted the highlights a tad since a small portion of the white stripe on the head and an even smaller portion of the whites on the wing were blown out. But the areas were small enough that I don't know if you can see the difference on your monitor. Here is my edited version: **Note: My monitor is calibrated with a colorimeter but when a file is uploaded to a website the colors may be altered in the process, and the monitor you are viewing it on may affect the colors, as well, if it's not calibrated.
  2. I was surprised to see this shot even included a feral cat that wanders the area.
  3. See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil
  4. You're welcome. Glad it worked for you.
  5. "Uh...when I said 'smile for the camera' I meant the horizontal kind!"
  6. When I import images to my computer, I also use a preset to change all of the names at the same time to include the date. For example, my default naming system is something like MLR_220120_0001. The first 3 are my initials, the next 6 are the date (YYMMDD), and the last group is the image number set (in camera) to increment with each shutter release. That way there will never be files with the same name and files will always sort in order of image number and date. I can also do a filename search based on the last four and see by the file name when it was taken. Or, do a filename search by the date. If you use more than one camera, you can avoid duplicate filenames by adding the camera model number (ex.: D5600, 5D, etc.) in the file name as well. In that case, this is how I name the file: MLR_D500_220120_0001. Another 2ยข from my piggy bank. ?
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