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  1. Thank you for some other magnificent article. Where else could anyone get that kind of info in such an ideal approach of writing? I have a presentation subsequent week, and I’m at the search for such info.

  2. Rannie – there are good pictures here, powerful graphic shots. I don’t know that I have much more to teach you, except to drive you crazy (crazier???) by repeating – get in close, using your zoom or your feet, fill the frame with the subject – use you viewfinder like an optical machete (a quote from Steve Gosling) to cut out anything extraneous to the shot, and then use your image editing software to exclude anything you couldn’t exclude when taking the photo >>> go for it!!! Excellent pictures here. FATman

    • Hi Adrian,

      Thank you sooo much for your comment. No worries….you dont drive me crazy with the comments 🙂 I learn so many things from you I can’t say more except thank you thank you thank you….i hope you will always keep sharing more tips&tricks to me. I’m also already getting used to using image editing software (still not yet mastering it fully though’) as you suggested. Cheers ! RW

      • Yes, tinker about with the software – no need to attempt huge things – just get comfortable with Levels and Curves (which are hugely useful/powerful) and find out about Sharpening (>>> but DON’T overdo it!); and also the tool(s) that help you remove dust spots etc from your pictures >>> and after these, see how you can use CROPPING to precisely frame your shots, to keep in what you want and cut out what you don’t want – this is most important. Keep on keeping on!!! Adrian

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