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The 250ft high Cathedral of Truro as viewed up Truro river between the back of the shops.
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Miat-Bastet Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2006   Traditional Artist
Hmm nice model, but I guess I dont like it that the horizon is taken this way, it is a bit too tilted
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silma Featured By Owner May 10, 2006  Professional Artisan Crafter
i really like this one, makes my eyes go funny tho.
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herenizumu Featured By Owner May 9, 2006
your realy good
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hellfire321 Featured By Owner May 9, 2006   Photographer
I just photograph what i see.
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herenizumu Featured By Owner May 9, 2006
ya
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ravenxt Featured By Owner May 8, 2006
:o
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xbabyixjustdiedx Featured By Owner May 8, 2006   Writer
a-fucking-amazing
you're so talented.
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hellfire321 Featured By Owner May 9, 2006   Photographer
Ive seen better, but thank you anway :)
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markopolio Featured By Owner May 8, 2006
Your frame work makes me want to start framing my pieces. Very classic. Adds just the right touch to a good piece, making it great.
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hellfire321 Featured By Owner May 8, 2006   Photographer
Thank you :) these frames take ages to make cos they aren't on one peice on my computer, but i think they are worth it.
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markopolio Featured By Owner May 8, 2006
Photoshop? The canvas size and color in the edge and resize and recolor... there has to be an easier way. You can record your steps, in photoshop, but then it's a stamped frame, not tailored to the pic. I do think it's worth it.
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hellfire321 Featured By Owner May 9, 2006   Photographer
I don't have photoshop, so i can't :) i have a small photo editor that came with my camera and thats it.
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markopolio Featured By Owner May 9, 2006
Wow! You've done well with it! I checked into loads of programs for working with pics. Some of them free crap, some cheap, then the god-awful expensive photoshop. I made a list at one point, I think I remember over a dozen. If you decide to change, paintshop pro is fairly cheap and very good. Nova puts out a desktop publisher. It's best feature is the image editor. It's a pared down version of photoshop, not pared down much though. I seem to remember the $50 range. I've lent the disk (lost no doubt). I'll see if a copied version will work on my wife's pc. Maybe send it to you. Photoshop has too many firewalls.
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hellfire321 Featured By Owner May 9, 2006   Photographer
To be honest i dont want it, nor need it. all my stuff is put up as i took it, except with added boarders. Very occationally i will add something or change something but usually i will take a pic load it up, add a boarder and post it here and just hope the content pleases some people as it is. Hope that makes some sence. :)
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markopolio Featured By Owner May 9, 2006
Really! They are better than I imagined. Most people fool around with shots with the filters and crap. You've got quite a talent, I must say.
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hellfire321 Featured By Owner May 10, 2006   Photographer
Thank you :) all i use is the black and white function on my camera and go hunting for pics. I do use filters sometimes, like in "flowers" and "sunlit" or something like that i think, other than that they are un touched :)
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Dakotaladywolf Featured By Owner May 8, 2006
This is a wonderful shot, I like the way this has been taken..:)
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hellfire321 Featured By Owner May 8, 2006   Photographer
Thank you :)
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Dakotaladywolf Featured By Owner May 8, 2006
Not a problem:)
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May 8, 2006
Image Size
268 KB
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Camera Data

Make
VIVICAM
Model
VIVICAM-4345
Shutter Speed
3579/1000000 second
Aperture
F/5.6
Focal Length
5 mm
ISO Speed
50
Date Taken
May 8, 2006, 11:40:15 AM
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