A&P random digi shots.

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  1. dietcookie

    dietcookie I Like Men

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    MastaCow I love cup.

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    I dig your windmill. How long of an exposure did you use for that?
     
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    the windmill is cool as fuck :cool:
     
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    Hmm, can't remeber it was a while ago I should of wrote it down. I'm thinking along the lines of 10sec @ f8 or f11 maybe? or even 5.6 cause the focus looks kind of soft, can't remeber :hs:
     
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    kinda off topic, what is the easiest way to add a border around pics?
     
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    Little Spunky $#!T :cool:

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    Fuckni :cool: pics

    What camera did you use
     
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    dietcookie I Like Men

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    I downloaded a plugin for photoshop, I don't even know how to use it very well.

    Thanks, it's a Canon S30
     
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    very cool pics... The horizon line in the 1st pic bugs me because its not horizontal..
     
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    Really nice photos...

    alverino03-
    to add a border in photoshop the EASIEST way is do:
    1. Select>All (Ctrl+A)
    2. Choose a foreground color (that will be the color of your bodrer)
    3. Then Edit Stroke... choose inside... and pick a pixel width
     
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    you guys might like this too?

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    also nice, I like the second one better... you see the first one done a lot, but it does look cool
     
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    Easy yes but it takes away from some of the image. Unless that part doesnt matter.

    I always just copy and past onto a bigger canvas of the color i want to border with.
     
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    I usually dont care about the 2pxls (or so) it takes away.. but if you DO care.... a quicker way to put it on a bigger canvas is Iimage>canvas size then expand it from the center however many pixels.
     
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    Useless trivia of the day...

    http://members.cox.net/toantruong/USA.jpg

    "USA" stands for "Underground Service Alert". Those are the guys who mark all the underground utilities (power, phone, gas, etc) before any construction project begins. That is why you always see the letters "USA" painted in random spots on the street.
     
  16. dietcookie

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    could be but actually, that was at the mexico/american border.
     

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