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Who needs sheep?

By KaysCamera    
"My little lamb" out for a stroll. I felt this one needed a bit of fun as the light was poor. I used Arcsoft photo-impression to manipulate it.

Tags: Digitally manipulated

Voters: ga1963, ron thomas, rikewoo and 2 more

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michelle70 16 1
12 Aug 2004 5:01PM
Well manipulated.
chriswebb 16 893 United Kingdom
12 Aug 2004 5:02PM
I like this but why stop at two? How about a whole row of her?
KaysCamera 16 2 United Kingdom
12 Aug 2004 5:04PM
Thanks but one is usually enough to live with, I was feeling brave today! Grin
rikewoo 18 347 1 United Kingdom
12 Aug 2004 5:22PM
Nice one Kay. Like the colour and the composition here. The reflection is extremely well done. Think perhaps a little more contrast to increase the colour of the sky. Good work. And Welcome to EPZSmile

How do you find the 4900? I have had one for four years and have just changed it for the Lumix. Most of the photos in my portfolio were taken with it. I found it an excellent camera, very versatile and accurate.

KaysCamera 16 2 United Kingdom
12 Aug 2004 6:08PM
Thanks Ken,
I have had mine for around 4yrs too and love it to bits. I have been a little naughty with the auto setting as it's so accurate, but I have now started using the compensation settings too. I did buy a 128mb card as I get snap happy on holidays. My first camera was a practika BC something, which was brill, but eventualy fell apart. I then waited years for this one, but meantime tried the Kodak DC40 which was awfull, but I could see the potential of digital immediately. I have been interested in photography since around 11yrs of age, and got my first SLR when I was 19. I have been shooting (when finances permitted) for around 18years now.
ron thomas 17 11 1 United Kingdom
12 Aug 2004 6:23PM
Very well put together.

ga1963 16 1
12 Aug 2004 6:35PM
Great shot , well manipulated, well done, click
rikewoo 18 347 1 United Kingdom
12 Aug 2004 8:53PM
Hi Kay, I started about 45 years ago with a Digna Dacora, the german version of the Ilford Sportsman, onto a Corfield Periflex an Irish camera SLR, Zenith, Kiev4, Praktika MTL5, fantastic Manual SLR, should be a must for all beginnersSmile Chnaged that for two Pentax ME Supers, Then found my eyesight was not what it was. Moved on to a Minolta 7000, which I still have. Next a Minolta Dynax 500i. This took me to about 1998 My first Digital a Ricoh RDC5300 Digital. Then in 1999 the Fuji 4900z and now just two weeks ago the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ10, 12 x optical leica lens. Which I am still experimenting with but think will be a fantastic camera once I learn its idiocyncrasiesSmile

I know you will be doing some fantastic photography soon, keep experimenting it can only get betterGrin

KaysCamera 16 2 United Kingdom
14 Aug 2004 6:29PM
This place has just been on the news, two teenagers crossed at low tide and were stranded. A common dare and mistake to make.
rikewoo 18 347 1 United Kingdom
14 Aug 2004 7:52PM
There you are Kay, at the forefront of the newsSmile but in a most delightful way.


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