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Well, what's she supposed to think with a dad like you
Congratulations Pauly! How old is your daughter?
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Great job Paulywog!!!
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Went to Moab this weekend and got a few shots I like. Last one is a shot of some Zodiacal light. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zodiacal_light
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Dr.D wrote in post #16646859
Went to Moab this weekend and got a few shots I like. Last one is a shot of some Zodiacal light.
Which lens did you use for those, those are great. Are those stacked?
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In metal prints, (printing on aluminum) the sheer prints the whites as transparency (the aluminum shows through) in high gloss the print white.
Generally I think you will want the high gloss. As Gerry mentions, in the sheer the "whites" are actually clear to the metal. It can be cool for the right style, like say a black and white high contrast shot where you want the metallic coming through...but generally I think you want your white and lighter colors to appear white.
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