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Aren't Grandkids grand?
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March 4, 2013
11:23 am
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Just a few shots of the Grandkids again. Reflection: f4 @250 sec, WB auto, 70mm with 1/3 +EV D50 Nikon. Newborn f3.2@1/25 sec, WB auto, Nikon D50 shot with diffuse window light.Reflection.jpgNewborn.jpg

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March 4, 2013
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Hey Bob… Glad to see you back. Nice pics of the kids.

A point of interest… Simple Press is picking up your Newborn f stop and shutter speed as an email address.
It is underlined and if you click on it you will go to your email account.
Apparently the @ sign has it confused… kind of funny, actually.

Same thing happened to me…
I fixed it by editing in a space after the f stop number as you have in the Reflection data.

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March 4, 2013
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Nice pics of the kids.Smile

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March 4, 2013
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Thanks intekhab. And thanks Mandrake especially for that heads up about the email address. I guess I’ll use the word “at” to avoid that.Confused

March 6, 2013
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Robert,
The concept of 1st picture is really nice.
I have seen many photographers takes the landscape shots in the mirror.
but I like the concept which you have used in this photo.
Muneer.

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March 15, 2013
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I like the first pic better than the second one, bcz the second one consists more grains in the background and the first one is more clear and crispy…great job with the pics!!Smile

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