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"Hey Kelly, check out a new friend of mine Don Roy. He has an intersting style that you might enjoy looking at. I think he must use Topas on his pix. She what you think. Fred"
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"4 stars! Fred!., great shot!"
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Don Roy commented on Fred Kiefer's photo

smokies 2008_0091

"OK!., I'd spend sometime here!., nice."
Jun 29, 2009
Don Roy commented on Fred Kiefer's photo

dead trees

"Nice Fred!., I like this type of photography."
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About Me and My Photography Experience:
I have enjoyed photography as a hobby all my life
My Photography Equipment:
Canon Rebel

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At 12:54am on February 19, 2008, jadeast said…
When I am going to import the moon into a photo tha I want a moon in I use copy and paste, which results in another layer, depending on whether you are using PS, Paint Shop Pro, Nova Development or another software. I like PS elements magic selection tool to copy from the moon source photo, then it's a matter of pasteing to the target photo. Then you have to resize the moon, adjust the two layers for color, color of light, contrast and saturation. sounds complicated but it's not really, take one step at a time.
At 7:14pm on February 18, 2008, jadeast said…
For the moon shots, I have to shoot totally manual, sunday was fairly constant 1/50 sec aperture 8.0, ISO 80 WB daylight or cloudy but tonight it was all over the place. The moon was so bright I shot as high as 1/500 stopped right down even used some negative compensation at times. you need to stay enough under exposed, so your AF can find enough details to work with or they'll be fuzzy. there is a lot more light than I imagined when I planned to do this.

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