db.: What? Where?? How???
Ha, ha, ha .... you know "crazy thing"
Let the two
Anastasia Voskresenskaya: Great shot!
Thank you Anastasia
db.: Too bad you didn't accompany your entry with an —attractive, informative or, even better, both)— title.
Sorry, I can not remember the details, but the truck was all chrome,Regards.Vidau
Very good, I like it
Thank you tvstaf
IVI D: nice glancing
Thank you IVI D
Steve Throndson: Vidau,I recognize this photo! Excellent choice for the 'Best of 2014' I looked at all 1400 pictures in the slide show. Yours is one of the best!Steve
Thank you very much Steve
My entry 'dream castle' has been disqualified from the challenge called 'Old Castles' for the following reason:
No major photo-shopping
Pardon my English is not good ............ what it means "No major photo-shopping"?
Too false????.........this is not in the rules:Processing rules:–Capture date rules:No restrictions.Additional rules:–Maximum number of entries per user:2Maximum number of entries in challenge:Not restricted
Do you admit the picture if it was little false?
I like your work, bright, interesting, different.
ljstudio: I photographed weddings for 30 years. The last one I photographed (using film) was in 2004. Kodak came out with a statistic many years ago that the average wedding photographer (again, back in the film days) would spend 28 to 35 hours on every wedding they would photograph. The bulk of the work is done after the wedding & reception- editing, ordering albums, dealing with all of the orders, etc.We would charge $1500 for a starter wedding package until we bought Successware, a studio software & financial program which, in my opinion, is the best available. After punching all of our costs, hours we spent on each wedding, etc., Successware informed us that our starter package should be $2900 instead of $1500. We ran the numbers 3 times just to be sure. Weddings are hard work & most photographers earn their money.