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  • Off Topic • Re: Road Rage July 18, 2018
    I saw such a picture in real life! at the crossroads. Statistics: Posted by ValeryD — Wed Jul 18, 2018 6:51 am
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    Nice shots Valery. SuryStatistics: Posted by sury — Wed Jul 18, 2018 6:01 am
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    After a long week of working with the camera in the championship of Canada a little rest and without cameras ... But the phone is always with you and that's what happened.Rest on the water and the snake near swam the same.Statistics: Posted by ValeryD — Tue Jul 17, 2018 7:19 pm
  • Alpha E-Mount system • Steady shot - or not? July 17, 2018
    Tried some seabird-in-flight shots recently with my trusty A6000 + new Sony SEL70300G E 70-300mm. Variable results - more practice needed! Question: for panning/motion shots am I better with Camera steady-shot or lens optical steady-shot, or both, or neither? I had both switched on and cannot avoid the suspicion that some unexpected blurs may have […]
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LandscapePro 2 – changing your world

If they want to fake a Mars colony story, a video version of LandscapePro 2 could be useful. It’s software developed in Britain, by Anthropics who first created PortraitPro, and it allows you to change almost any landscape beyond recognition. It also allows subtle and careful modifications, or essential commercial fixes like a better . . . → Read More: LandscapePro 2 – changing your world