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Dec 13, 2014 17:29 |  #616

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my pleasure. glad to have taken it :) I don't know about the birding part.. but yes! love the morning rise, quiet, peaceful, a start of the day. In Japan and maybe other places, they would watch the sunrise as the new rise of the new year comes to be.

both sunrise and sunsets are beautiful and it is something the majority miss out on.

here's another one :)

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and this is a good morning. After the beach I was heading to a bakery and the GPS took me through a semi small street and I saw this as I passed by. I kept thinking.. 'oh man.. I want to pull over to take that shot, should I? should I not? what?.. guess ill just go on.." I made a turn to continue to my destination and as I saw an opening I drove into it and into the area where I parked and walked out for the shot :) these two places is the same place, this one below is the lake side.

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Gorgeous shots Baan.


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Dec 13, 2014 17:31 |  #617

DTBaan wrote in post #17330605 (external link)
my pleasure. glad to have taken it :) I don't know about the birding part.. but yes! love the morning rise, quiet, peaceful, a start of the day. In Japan and maybe other places, they would watch the sunrise as the new rise of the new year comes to be.

both sunrise and sunsets are beautiful and it is something the majority miss out on.

here's another one :)

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and this is a good morning. After the beach I was heading to a bakery and the GPS took me through a semi small street and I saw this as I passed by. I kept thinking.. 'oh man.. I want to pull over to take that shot, should I? should I not? what?.. guess ill just go on.." I made a turn to continue to my destination and as I saw an opening I drove into it and into the area where I parked and walked out for the shot :) these two places is the same place, this one below is the lake side.

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Both are lovely, Baan. I'm glad you took that second shot too! :)


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Dec 13, 2014 19:16 |  #618

An afterthought about the layout. Changing "Followed & Own" to "Followed/Own" would save a little space.


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Dec 13, 2014 21:43 as a reply to  @ post 17330448 |  #619

Pekka.

on AMASS 1.1, when you click on the notification and it drops down, does the right side menu stay? I am curious about the smaller mobile screen where it is in tighter space.




  
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Dec 13, 2014 21:46 as a reply to  @ post 17330579 |  #620

this will work really well!




  
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Dec 13, 2014 21:49 |  #621

rrblint wrote in post #17330618 (external link)
Gorgeous shots Baan.


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Both are lovely, Baan. I'm glad you took that second shot too! :)

thank you!! :)

i'm glad that turn opened up for me to drive in hehe. I was racing time to get to the bakery before it gets crowded.




  
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Dec 13, 2014 23:07 |  #622

I took new born photo's of my niece today. My 1st try, wish I had full frame.

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Dec 13, 2014 23:13 |  #623

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I took new born photo's of my niece today. My 1st try, wish I had full frame.


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What do you need full frame for? These are gorgeous!


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Dec 13, 2014 23:20 |  #624

Chet wrote in post #17331104 (external link)
I took new born photo's of my niece today. My 1st try, wish I had full frame.

Those are good for a first try or a hundredth try. Very nice.


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Dec 13, 2014 23:25 |  #625

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What do you need full frame for? These are gorgeous!

Thank you. My Xti is 7 years old, I'm so ready for something new!

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Those are good for a first try or a hundredth try. Very nice.

Thank you! New born's are harder then I thought. She's only 4 days old and a little stinker. We wanted her to sleep, but she's loving life already.


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Dec 14, 2014 00:11 |  #626

rrblint wrote in post #17331113 (external link)
What do you need full frame for? These are gorgeous!

What he said.

Great shots Chet!



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Dec 14, 2014 00:20 |  #627

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rrblint wrote in post #17331113 (external link)
What do you need full frame for? These are gorgeous!

What he said.

Great shots Chet!

I also totally agree! Wonderful shots Chet!

Question, what would be the advantage of a full frame camera in taking these pictures?


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Dec 14, 2014 05:53 |  #628

Chet wrote in post #17331104 (external link)
I took new born photo's of my niece today. My 1st try, wish I had full frame.


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I would have never guessed this was your first try, Chet, they're beautiful! And what an adorable little girl she is. The parents must be delighted with the photographs!


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Dec 14, 2014 06:12 |  #629

Congratulations, Chet!

PS. this might interest BAT: https://photography-on-the.net …showthread.php?​p=17331348 as I found a way to save Jenna without causing a headache for youngsters :)


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Dec 14, 2014 08:50 |  #630

Chet wrote in post #17331104 (external link)
I took new born photo's of my niece today. My 1st try, wish I had full frame.


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rrblint wrote in post #17331113 (external link)
What do you need full frame for? These are gorgeous!

exactly! those are nice indeed Chet. Really surprised it was your first time. It could have seen you've been doing it for some time.




  
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