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    Photo Tutorial

    Submitted for those who are interested.

    Photographing Your Work - A Tutorial
    I may be lost but I'm making good time!
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    Neal, Great tutorial and good examples, thanks for taking the time to post. I've recently taken up photography and had just discovered the DPS site, seems to have some great content as well. Thanks
    Darren

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    Darren, my condolences on joining the photography vortex. Makes turning look cheap, doesn't it?

    Thanks for the kind words!
    I may be lost but I'm making good time!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neal Addy View Post
    Makes turning look cheap, doesn't it?
    No doubt...spent more for a camera than several of my large tools together.
    Last edited by Stuart Ablett; 01-06-2009 at 06:10 AM. Reason: Fixed a "QUOTE" tag for the newbie Admin :)
    Darren

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    Neal, that is great, a ton of info there presented in an easy to digest format

    Well done indeed, I've bookmarked that one!
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    Thanks, thanks a lot Neal, I was looking for such sort of tutorial, I've marked it, I've read it, I'll print it , I'll study it and I will apply the hints shown for sure!
    Best regards,
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    Great tutorial, Neal. And I can always say "I knew him back when he was using and Instamatic and flash cubes."
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    Neal, great stuff. I will have to look it over more carefully when I have time. Thanks for sharing.

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    Thanks Neil! I really appreciate your effort! I'll digest it when I get the time, I can really use the help with my photography.

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    Great info Neal. You sure do spend a great deal of time making us look good. I for one, need it
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