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Thread started 21 Feb 2011 (Monday) 22:48
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^^ The second one is GREAT Two40!

Feb 27, 2012 19:40

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I thought this one was interesting

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RandyMN wrote in post #13979565external link
I thought this one was interesting

Special shoes so she can both be taller than the dog...and keep up with it? LOL

Feb 27, 2012 19:54

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This is an old photo and I'm not really sure about my PS skills at the time, but still interesting

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OldSchool wrote in post #13979401external link
I took a drive up to Annapolis today to try this with my 70-200 f/4 L. So here is attempt #2 for me trying urban candids. How did I do guys?

I have a question on this one. Is it ethical to post up vehicle pictures and leave the license plates visible? To me I don't think I would as it is somewhat personal information. What is other peoples opinions.

Feb 27, 2012 23:45

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photorider wrote in post #13980989external link
I have a question on this one. Is it ethical to post up vehicle pictures and leave the license plates visible? To me I don't think I would as it is somewhat personal information. What is other peoples opinions.

Whoops! Fixed that. Thanks for mentioning it.

Feb 27, 2012 23:48

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photorider wrote in post #13980989external link
I have a question on this one. Is it ethical to post up vehicle pictures and leave the license plates visible? To me I don't think I would as it is somewhat personal information. What is other peoples opinions.

I don't see how that's personal information. Do drivers hide their license plate when driving out in public?

Feb 28, 2012 14:45

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two40 wrote in post #13984826external link
I don't see how that's personal information. Do drivers hide their license plate when driving out in public?

Yes they do. But it is slightly different posting a picture of the vehicle's plate than just having it on the back of your vehicle. This is just my opinion.

Feb 28, 2012 23:32

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How does it differ? I really don't get the sense in that. It's one of the dumbest conventions in photography.

Feb 28, 2012 23:50

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I took an HDR shot of a Triumph Stag recently and I blurred out the plate. My reasoning was that if I owned that car I know I'd be risking having it stolen by parking it on any street, but if a photo of it were posted on the net and that street could be identified, then the risk of theft would be far higher, especially if I parked there regularly.

Feb 29, 2012 09:30

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I like this picture.:confused:

Feb 29, 2012 10:28

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shot these 2 days ago while in Manhattan for a bit.

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I like the lighting in the first two. Well done.

Feb 29, 2012 14:25

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@ bibihandly, thanks!

@ triton3k Nice shots

Feb 29, 2012 18:10

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RandyMN wrote in post #13979565external link
I thought this one was interesting

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