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Widest made? Mother in Law problem.

 
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Mar 05, 2008 18:05 |  #46

Ummmm - any chance the mother in law reads POTN?

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Mar 05, 2008 18:25 as a reply to  @ number six's post |  #47

I think when considering which lens is most appropriate, you need to seriously consider gravitational lensing...............


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Mar 05, 2008 18:46 |  #48

and also consider curvature of the girth, errr, I mean earth.


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Mar 05, 2008 19:26 |  #49

Do remember when looking at the MIL you are catching a glimpse into the daughter's future.




  
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Mar 05, 2008 19:37 |  #50

One word.....HUBBLE


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Mar 05, 2008 19:40 |  #51

Wow...I honestly don't think I've laughed this hard in over a month!


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Mar 05, 2008 23:25 |  #52

As the OP I forgot to add the issue of her gravitational pull. On a serious note though she is a sweet if damp woman. My father in law takes her everywhere he goes as he hates to kiss her goodbye. I could tell of the time that she told him to tie her to the bed and do anything that he wanted. So he tied her down, had a shave and went off to the pub. Thanks for your advice. I will share my divorce attorney.
On this shoot bokeh won't be an issue.
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Mar 05, 2008 23:34 |  #53

burnxkr wrote in post #5057781 (external link)
I could tell of the time that she told him to tie her to the bed and do anything that he wanted. So he tied her down, had a shave and went off to the pub. Thanks for your advice. I will share my divorce attorney.
On this shoot bokeh won't be an issue.
Cheers


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Mar 06, 2008 00:06 |  #54

Save your money. Just take a picture of half her body, open in photoshop, copy to a new layer, use transform/horizontal flip, and then join the ends to form a whole.




  
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Mar 06, 2008 00:43 |  #55

Funniest thread ever!

15 fishy should work well.




  
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Mar 06, 2008 01:20 |  #56

Please post a recent photo of her so we can better advise

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Mar 06, 2008 01:26 |  #57

ps249 wrote in post #5053492 (external link)
You can use a 300 MM- just send her off on a rowboat about a mile out to sea- you should be able to get her then.

I'm sure she could swim, It's her natural habitat!:lol:


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Mar 06, 2008 02:08 |  #58

Karl, really like your avatar! So graphic, so simple.


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