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International Festival in Deland, Florida PT ONE
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September 21, 2015
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A few of the nearly 300 shots I took yesterday at a International Festival in Deland, Florida. I spent 14 hours non stop editting them all. I know their is alot more I could do to these photos, but I couldn’t get each one just right due to so many. i might get around to picking out a few very best ones and get them just right later. IMG_3818-b.jpgIMG_3818.jpgIMG_3820.jpgIMG_3841.jpgIMG_3851.jpgIMG_3886.jpgIMG_3916-b.jpgIMG_3936-b.jpgIMG_3969-b.jpgIMG_3969.jpgIMG_3994.jpg-b.jpgIMG_3995.jpg

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October 12, 2015
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Beautiful images capturing the movement! It looks like you guys always have a lot of fun!!!

October 12, 2015
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Thanks…yea, but I’m so involved thinking thinking during these events with the photo stuff. My mind is elsewhere.

By the way, with the DOF…more often than not, i end up in processing, adding more guassien blur to most images and erase thru any areas as need. Even though i use the shallow focus field when taking the shots. You can fine tune better by just using the blur and opacity on the layers to visually adjust it…easier to judge what’s best.

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