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#21 Jesusfreak

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Posted 21 September 2006 - 11:02 AM

I know this topic is pretty much dead, but I'm still around to answer any queestions, even though this post (like nearly all posts) went off topic. :P

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Posted 21 September 2006 - 01:27 PM

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Posted 21 September 2006 - 04:34 PM

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I hope you hang around after you get well. It doesn't have to be hours everyday, but only a couple minutes to stop in and say hi!

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Posted 21 September 2006 - 07:38 PM

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I hope you hang around after you get well. It doesn't have to be hours everyday, but only a couple minutes to stop in and say hi!

dont worry i most definatly will but this has been a very good activity for me to be involved in today!

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Posted 06 December 2006 - 10:58 AM

New tips: Digital cameras use up batteries pretty quickly, and batteries are expensive. Solution: go to Wal-mart, and buy rechargeable batteries and a charger. It's well worth it. Also, always keep a charged set of batteries on hand for when your batteries die. It's no fun having your camera turn itself off when you're about to take a picture.

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Posted 06 December 2006 - 12:52 PM

New tips: Digital cameras use up batteries pretty quickly, and batteries are expensive. Solution: go to Wal-mart, and buy rechargeable batteries and a charger. It's well worth it. Also, always keep a charged set of batteries on hand for when your batteries die. It's no fun having your camera turn itself off when you're about to take a picture.

Such great advice!!!
*gives Jesusfreak The Red Rose Award*

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Posted 07 December 2006 - 06:04 PM

New tips: Digital cameras use up batteries pretty quickly, and batteries are expensive. Solution: go to Wal-mart, and buy rechargeable batteries and a charger. It's well worth it. Also, always keep a charged set of batteries on hand for when your batteries die. It's no fun having your camera turn itself off when you're about to take a picture.

Such great advice!!!
*gives Jesusfreak The Red Rose Award*

lol thanks. :)

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Posted 07 December 2006 - 06:21 PM

New tips: Digital cameras use up batteries pretty quickly, and batteries are expensive. Solution: go to Wal-mart, and buy rechargeable batteries and a charger. It's well worth it. Also, always keep a charged set of batteries on hand for when your batteries die. It's no fun having your camera turn itself off when you're about to take a picture.

Such great advice!!!
*gives Jesusfreak The Red Rose Award*

lol thanks. :)

And I should have listened. I have a rechargeable battery and a back-up battery that is usually charged, but you have to remember where that back-up battery is. :wacko: I wanted to take a couple pictures of my hammie friends and *listen to Jesusfreak* popped into my head as my camera said... battery zero. :wacko:

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Posted 21 March 2008 - 12:27 PM

After seeing Hiro's topic, I suppose it might be good to throw in the rules about posting pictures here on HD:

If you're under 18, your face can't be in the picture.
Likewise, other people who are under 18 can't have their faces shown in their picture.
Hamsters and other animals are excluded from the above.
You little bother/sister/cousin/other human doesn't count as an animal.
Keep it G-rated (no nudity, excessive violence, etc. Use your better judgment)
Don't claim other peoples' work as your own (this applies everywhere in real life too)


Did I miss anything?

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Posted 21 March 2008 - 12:54 PM

After seeing Hiro's topic, I suppose it might be good to throw in the rules about posting pictures here on HD:

If you're under 18, your face can't be in the picture.
Likewise, other people who are under 18 can't have their faces shown in their picture.
Hamsters and other animals are excluded from the above.
You little bother/sister/cousin/other human doesn't count as an animal.
Keep it G-rated (no nudity, excessive violence, etc. Use your better judgment)
Don't claim other peoples' work as your own (this applies everywhere in real life too)


Did I miss anything?

No, in fact you did perfect!
*hands Jesusfreak some freshly baked cookiefins*

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Posted 21 March 2008 - 01:02 PM

After seeing Hiro's topic, I suppose it might be good to throw in the rules about posting pictures here on HD:

If you're under 18, your face can't be in the picture.
Likewise, other people who are under 18 can't have their faces shown in their picture.
Hamsters and other animals are excluded from the above.
You little bother/sister/cousin/other human doesn't count as an animal.
Keep it G-rated (no nudity, excessive violence, etc. Use your better judgment)
Don't claim other peoples' work as your own (this applies everywhere in real life too)


Did I miss anything?

No, in fact you did perfect!
*hands Jesusfreak some freshly baked cookiefins*

yay! ^_^ *eats cookies*

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Posted 21 March 2008 - 04:41 PM

After seeing Hiro's topic, I suppose it might be good to throw in the rules about posting pictures here on HD:

If you're under 18, your face can't be in the picture.
Likewise, other people who are under 18 can't have their faces shown in their picture.
Hamsters and other animals are excluded from the above.
You little bother/sister/cousin/other human doesn't count as an animal.
Keep it G-rated (no nudity, excessive violence, etc. Use your better judgment)
Don't claim other peoples' work as your own (this applies everywhere in real life too)


Did I miss anything?

No, in fact you did perfect!
*hands Jesusfreak some freshly baked cookiefins*

yay! ^_^ *eats cookies*

Those are cookiefins you are eating. Cookies that are like muffins! :lol:

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Posted 21 March 2008 - 05:30 PM

After seeing Hiro's topic, I suppose it might be good to throw in the rules about posting pictures here on HD:

If you're under 18, your face can't be in the picture.
Likewise, other people who are under 18 can't have their faces shown in their picture.
Hamsters and other animals are excluded from the above.
You little bother/sister/cousin/other human doesn't count as an animal.
Keep it G-rated (no nudity, excessive violence, etc. Use your better judgment)
Don't claim other peoples' work as your own (this applies everywhere in real life too)


Did I miss anything?

No, in fact you did perfect!
*hands Jesusfreak some freshly baked cookiefins*

yay! ^_^ *eats cookies*

Those are cookiefins you are eating. Cookies that are like muffins! :lol:

ooh...even better! ^_^

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Posted 21 March 2008 - 07:11 PM

After seeing Hiro's topic, I suppose it might be good to throw in the rules about posting pictures here on HD:

If you're under 18, your face can't be in the picture.
Likewise, other people who are under 18 can't have their faces shown in their picture.
Hamsters and other animals are excluded from the above.
You little bother/sister/cousin/other human doesn't count as an animal.
Keep it G-rated (no nudity, excessive violence, etc. Use your better judgment)
Don't claim other peoples' work as your own (this applies everywhere in real life too)


Did I miss anything?

No, in fact you did perfect!
*hands Jesusfreak some freshly baked cookiefins*

yay! ^_^ *eats cookies*

Those are cookiefins you are eating. Cookies that are like muffins! :lol:

ooh...even better! ^_^

LOL... I thought you would like that.

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Posted 10 February 2010 - 08:55 PM

The sharpen function in photo editing programs helps make a lot of pictures look more awesome, especially snow pictures, or pictures with lots of lines (like trees).

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Posted 11 February 2010 - 04:18 AM

The sharpen function in photo editing programs helps make a lot of pictures look more awesome, especially snow pictures, or pictures with lots of lines (like trees).

Thank you for that tip. I plan on trying that tool with some of my pictures.




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