To be a Magellan - being the first to discover the indigenous
Good article. One thing worth noting is that if you have an external drive(s) where you store your pictures - and you plug/ unplug the drive from the computer the drive letter may change. In this case I would suggest storing the catalog on the same drive as the photos. If you keep the catalog on the C:\ drive when the external drive letter changes the catalog cannot find the files.
There may be a way around this - but I did not find it and had to start over.
Whoof! This is something!
I like it. I did not reallize how stuck I was to the normal picture format until I saw these. It is like a series of impressions rolled into one view.
about time someone did this - I hope other mfgs copy it.
beauty of a shot!
excellent preview! Thanks!
Looks a lot like the GXR. Has Ricoh taken over the design for Pentax?
Excellent work. The crisp highlights of the lotus are nicely offset by the muted hues of the lilly pads.
Thanks for sharing your ideas. The pictures illustrate very well what you are trying to get across. One more thing that helps me slow down is to not start planning the next place I am going to be while I am taking a shot - force myself to be present where I am currently at (your technique helps to enforce that).
Thanks again for sharing,brent
Really a great shot - The relative sizes really portrayed well!
Beuty of a pict, Fred!
quite a catch!
Just a wonderful shot! A well deserved win!
I saw this in the B&W thread and just had to come and comment on it - it is just so much the essence of plant - I really love it - both the color and the B&W. just wonderful!
Just an excellent shot! Congrats!
Always in the middle of contention aren't you!? Can't even put in a picture without starting something ;-)
All kidding aside, great shot Stefan - evidently the people who actually voted had no trouble deciphering what you were trying to convey. Great stuff!
This is just wonderful Dennis!
What a shot!