Let me introduce myself... and a PESO
jeepgirls2004 at yahoo.com
Tue Oct 27 20:55:42 EDT 2009
Wow let me try that... Hold on... I'm dealing with a MAC and only have Iphoto right now it may take me a minute, but i'll be right back with an update.... The river is awfully brown around here... It is the Mighty Muddy Mississippi after all. LOL
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--- On Tue, 10/27/09, John Francis <johnf at panix.com> wrote:
> From: John Francis <johnf at panix.com>
> Subject: Re: Let me introduce myself... and a PESO
> To: "Pentax-Discuss Mail List" <pdml at pdml.net>
> Date: Tuesday, October 27, 2009, 7:45 PM
> On Tue, Oct 27, 2009 at 04:47:43PM
> -0700, Sandra Hermann wrote:
> > Hi! My name is Sandy or jeepgirl. I have
> been lurking for awhile, but apparently my setting was wrong
> in my email so I couldn't post. (Thanks Doug)
> Pentax and I have been friends since Dec of 1995.
> Hopefully I have improved a lot since then. I shoot for
> stress relief. I am currently unemployed and have some
> extra time on my hands so I thought I would get back in
> touch with some of my favorite people. I hope life is
> treating you all well!
> > For my PESO check out: http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_LBVQqSnxnVs/SuTFA-InhVI/AAAAAAAACbQ/5jg3p3PN0sY/s1600-h/1.jpg
> Welcome back, jeepgirl! There's a name I haven't seen
> for a while.
> (I was still johnf back in those days, but probably at
> That's a neat shot - photography from a light aircraft can
> be a lot of fun.
> But you've got some pretty noticeable veiling haze
> there. It's pretty easy
> to get rid of it (the "Auto Levels" command in Photoshop
> does it, and there
> are similar commands in other image editors).
> Here's a "before" and "after" airborne shot I took
> If you try this on your shot I think you'll find it
> improves it, although
> it will make the river look a whole lot browner!
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