Problem posting images...

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    Sorry, I just had to take all the Halloween out of that!

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    lol...and after all the work I did putting the gloom into it. The hasty original...unedited. I called the gloomy dark version 'Rebecca's Manderley' but it's actually Dungeness on Cumberland Island.

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    The gloomy one looked cool, I just like to mess with images. Here's one:

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    George the cat with the zoom ring spun during exposure.
     
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    SeaGal - Please do yourself a favor and don't post ANYTHING personal in this forum

    I can tell you for a fact from experience that there are trolls here who will figure out your identity.

    PM me as to where you can honestly trust photograph posting
     
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    SeaGal, all you gotta do is open your image in Photoshop, Photoshop Elements, or similar program and select "save for web", or a similar menu choice if not PS, and it will save your image with ALL the exif data removed. No matter what the troll says.

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    You probably know, but in case you don't EXIF data is all the info the camera stores about the image with the image file. It can store your name and address and phone as well but you have to tell the camera to do that.
     
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    Ok, you're good! No fair tho' - I only have a point and shoot! :biggrin:
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    But, have you got chalk?...;)
     
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    I do have a program that will make a copy with all possible personal properties removed. Also have a photoshop account which I can use. Appreciate the advice and reminder.
     
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    Thank you, but I don't get the chalk reference. If you're really into taking pictures you can get some good deals on used cameras and lenses at keh.com. They have all kinds of good used gear. Here is a very good deal you can get and will take excellent pictures:

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    The tide on the beach shot I took was taken with this very camera lens combo, and it originally sold for 1400.00!

    Also, I bought a used Nikon D3300 with lens from them for 299.00, like new. It only had 500 pictures taken with it. Nikon says that their shutter life averages around 100,000 shots.

    I just ordered a D7000 camera body from them and can't wait to get it. It's far superior to my D90.
     
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    My first digital was a Pentax OptioW30 underwater camera. We bought it to carry on the boat. It takes amazing macros for a p&s. Now I use a Cannon PowerShot SX40 HS. The image quality is not as good as the little Pentax. I either need to upgrade, or spend more time learning the features of the Cannon. Thanks for the info.

    The chalk reference was to the pastel I recently finished- it was meant as a haha response to your beautiful surf scene...kinda like...ok, yea, but can you do this?!? :)
     
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