jrdigitalart

jrdigitalart

Lives in Australia Wodonga, Australia
Works as a Retired Digital Artist / Photographer
Joined on Feb 28, 2005

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  • Roland, from my recent experiences of having to re-train my brain to use a new set of impulses to allow me to once again take my place in the world of audio, it's not spooky at all. The right side ...
  • Replied in Glowing Cirrus
    That shot delivered for me, Vitee. Nice feeling.
  • Replied in Dear Geezer,
    My answer to your question has to be tempered by my admission that have not read any of the responses to your question, so far. It's a response shaped by my own workflow and it's quite simple. If ...
  • Yes, it gives hope. That hope is that you will learn how to meter properly, just like Vitee did. As Laurence said - and I agree - Learn to use your equipment as intended or move on to a device that ...
  • Replied in Old, yes . . .
    . . . but that's about the end of my estimation.
  • Replied in Marco . . .
    Your current artwork combined with my morning (iced) coffee leaves me in a much better frame of mind to face the challenges this day will bring. Once again I'm indebted to you.
  • I will post my revised result in about a week's time, Ed,  subject to weather conditions in this mountainous, alpine area. I also intend to use a torch during the 30sec exposure to paint diffused ...
  • I've managed to this quick and dirty edition of the recent night shot on my little laptop. Have learnt a lot from this shoot and intend to return there next week with further intended work arounds. ...
  • Replied in Ed . . .
    Current predicament sees a need to replace my work station and that will take some (financial) time. I had every intention of doing so by now but the blasted machine decided to migrate to computer ...
  • That copywriter probably has a numb bum by now from all that sitting over the years.
  • Replied in Francesco . . .
    . . . don't know if you're aware of this, but my SD1 does the milky way beautiful with the settings @ 800ISO, 30sec, f1.8. So I guess the Quattro should be able to handle too. And I'm with Laurence ...
  • Replied in Serenity
    Lea, when it comes to the picturing of serenity, we appear to be on the same page.
  • Vlad, I wouldn't dream of using PS to fool anybody. I do use it often, but simply as a creative tool. These birds are feathered chameleons and I have the privilege of observing this particular ...
  • Thanks, David. Glad to be of help around here.
  • Replied in "peace"
    Marco continues to confirm that poetry can be visual.
  • It's called the SD Quattro.
  • Thank you very much, Vitee. If ever you're up my way, I'll try and give you a private introduction to these delightful characters.
  • Very kind of you, Barry. You may also want to see my reply to Larry as it features a tawny trio you may have missed in the past.
  • Thanks, Larry, here's another you may have missed in the past. It shows daddy with two of his off-spring. The little one on the right began to get the jitters whilst I was setting up my ...
  • Dear George, reading about your personal challenge was very inspiring indeed. Your ability to find subject matter, apparently wherever you look, is also noted, appreciated and admired. Ditto your ...
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