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Discussion in 'People' started by Chad Gladstone, Oct 2, 2005.
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While we agree on Autumn, what is "spendor" ?
Hang on...fixed. Thanks, for catching that.
All well and good - I'm almost the same thing - but what's "splendor" ?
An ex-pat from El Grande Blanco Norte, not to mention someone who's been in the UK, would surely want that to be "splendour", eh ?
Sincerely, from your neighbour to the southeast of your state who labours in a place of beautiful colour. :tongue:
Some nice shots there the first one is really nice.
I am often tempted to put "ou," in words like "flavour," and "colour," as a tribute to my birth place even in legal pleadings - now I have one more to add - "splendour." Don't even get me started on aluminum/aluminium.
Yes, but how do you say "schedule" ?
Nice shots Chad. I like the second and especially the third best; first one the background is a bit bright for my taste.
Of course we have neither autumn nor fall here in Houston, daytime temps are still in the 90's. Supposed to drop to the 80's by the weekend if the cool front actually makes it here (last one they were predicting didn't). We'll get fall-like temperatures around December, although instead of lovely colors everything just fades to brown.
Those 2 angels are your girls right?
Am I right to believe the one on the second picture looks like you? She has the very same smile (by remembering your first avatar).
In image one, I've contemplated burning the background highlights, but have not got around to it yet. I agree it is too bright. I should have boosted the flash exposure and dropped the overall exposure in post but I believe I was already at the 1/500 x-sync limit and was on the edge of clipping the highlights already. In fact I had to blend two exposures just to preserve the highlight detail already there as the background in probably 1/2 stop overexposed. Luminous landscape's digital blending action has been nothing short of a revelation to me to extend dynamic range.