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Why some animals eat their young #1 & #2

Post by BeachsidePaul on 2009-03-02, 19:42

First try at linking from Flickr group ... Please excuse the title, bad day on the market has some bad mindgames going :-)

Reason Some Animals Eat Their Young #1

Reason Some Animals Eat Their Young #2

By the way, unless you are the parent of a "grown-up" teenager, you'll never understand LOL

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Post by DMC on 2009-03-04, 10:46

your pictures are amazing, I have a 6yr old and a 2yr old, I kninda understand, it's only gonna get worse for me I know...... amazing detail I almost feel clostrophobic looking at the mess...\

quick question, how od you get the little rolled corner effect(what program)?
also, is there a simple way of adding your signature to your photos as you've done???
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Post by SpiffyPix on 2009-03-04, 10:58

Paul, awesome shots! Makes me thankful that my husband don't want children. Razz

I am curious as well, DMC. Paul, how do you do that cool corner dog-ear? Neato.

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Post by HDArtist on 2009-03-04, 12:41

The comments make me curious as well, but I don't see any pictures at all, only the codes....Something wrong here?
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Post by SpiffyPix on 2009-03-04, 13:08

Hmmm...Mine are coming up fine, Ron. Maybe clear your cache? what browser are you using?

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Post by HDArtist on 2009-03-04, 13:21

I'm using IE, nothing special. Cleared my cache, with no effect. I don't usually experiece this problem.
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Post by DMC on 2009-03-04, 15:42

I just had to mention, after staring at the bathroom picture, you should hang another roll of Toilet Paper, hate for someone to get stranded without.....lol
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Post by SpiffyPix on 2009-03-04, 16:11

Ron, I wish I could help you. Is anyone else having issues viewing these photos? Ron, are these photos the only ones you're having problems seeing?

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Post by HDArtist on 2009-03-04, 16:16

Yes, happens only with this post. Very strange.
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Post by Xrider on 2009-03-04, 19:41

All I see is the codes as well, I can view other post just fine.
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Re: Why some animals eat their young #1 & #2

Post by SpiffyPix on 2009-03-04, 20:04

Hmmmm...Paul, if you wouldn't mind, would you please re-post the photos? Thx!

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Post by HDArtist on 2009-03-05, 02:30

And suddenly I'm getting my mail notifications from board@forumotion.com instead of Strictly HDR. Maybe that might give you a clue what's happening here.
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Post by SpiffyPix on 2009-03-05, 05:37

Oye. Ok, I'll look into that also.

I'm looking into changing over to a different system for the forum, so please everyone bear with me until then!

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Post by BeachsidePaul on 2009-03-05, 08:39

LOL Thanks all! First I have to point out to DMC that there is a roll of toilet paper sitting on the waste can just too the left of the roller, lord knows it's wayyyyy too much work to actually put the paper on the roller Smile

Now on to the watermark question. I use PaintShop Pro Photo X2 and using Effects-->Image Effects-->Page Curl you can select and modifiy a curled corner on the page. Then using Image-->Watermarking-->Visible Watermark you can import and place and resize an image. Hope that helps.

Now about the pic's visiblity to some of you, not a clue what's up with that, I'll try adding the pics again if I can remember how to get them off flicker again LOL

Thanks again for the kind words, I don't usually do "blown-out" HDR but somehow, for this series, it just made sense LOL ... Later, Paul
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Re: Why some animals eat their young #1 & #2

Post by BeachsidePaul on 2009-03-05, 08:58

By request a second posting of the pictures ...





Let's see if this works any differently. Later, Paul
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Post by HDArtist on 2009-03-05, 12:10

Finally, I can see the pictures as well! Thanks for all the effort! And I'll never complain about the mess in my house again. I'm a parent of two teenagers and I have a partner who's convinced that there are far more important things in life than having a house that looks like nobody has ever lived in it.
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Post by BeachsidePaul on 2009-03-05, 12:55

LOL Ron, that sounds very much like my partner in crime. I've just taken the approach that 1/2 the house is "off-limits" to me. I took my life in my own hands when I went back into the darkside to get those shots. Later, Paul
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Post by Xrider on 2009-03-05, 16:56

I feel your pain Paul, I have four teenagers, not one bed made!
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