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Just A Few Snow Pictures

I had to drive out to the farm today and I snapped a couple of pictures on the way out. Nothing too exciting, I was out there to shovel snow to clear a path for the helicopter tow cart for tomorrow.
The quality of the pictures suck a little, it is overcast and I was in a hurry. Also I'm shooting into the 'sun' in most of them, what can I say. lol

The first one would have looked really cool if I set up the tripod and did an HDR.









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ILL TRADE YOU TRUCKS lol.. mmmm i love the white/black combo..
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I love the looks of your truck. Its got a tall rugged stance, while still looking very streetable.

It ALMOST makes me wish I had kept hunting for a FX4 Supercrew in my price range instead of looking at Powerstrokes.
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nice pics man... love ur 150!
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Looks great! What program do you use to edit your pictures?
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I want your truck brian.
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I use a free program, irfanview. Just to crop, sharpen and adjust color.

I have photoshop CS3 but I don't know how to do anything with it. lol
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I love your truck, that will definitely be what I go for when my Ranger gives out!
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Truck looks sick bro awesome pics also
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I use a free program, irfanview. Just to crop, sharpen and adjust color.

I have photoshop CS3 but I don't know how to do anything with it. lol
nice lol.. i was looking at getting cs3 then i looked at the price.. NO THANKS lol
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I was out there to shovel snow to clear a path for the helicopter tow cart for tomorrow.
Helicopter?

Dang you must be making some dough lol
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nice lol.. i was looking at getting cs3 then i looked at the price.. NO THANKS lol
CS3 is overkill unless your a full blown designer. You can get photoshop elements it will still be more than what you need. Theres a lot of free programs out there that will work fine though.
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Helicopter?

Dang you must be making some dough lol
I wish! I just fly it for a rich old guy.
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CS3 is overkill unless your a full blown designer. You can get photoshop elements it will still be more than what you need. Theres a lot of free programs out there that will work fine though.

There are plenty of free programs that will do the basics. Focus on taking good pictures the first time and they shouldn't take too much editing anyway. Often times I get in a hurry and end up with dark or grainy pictures.

I got CS3 from a friend. He has shown me a few things that definitely make it worth the money, if you take the time to figure it out. I just haven't taken the time.
Since I moved here I rarely take the camera with me, and it was dropped/damaged last time I was in Oregon. I was so trashed I don't know what happened, I found it in the morning where I found my pants with a broken LCD screen, broken filters, etc. Weird night! lol

Hell I have just been shooting in JPG, not even RAW (JPG shots buffer slow enough already). When I get a new camera, I will shoot everything in RAW and get rolling with photoshop. I like how you can select several pictures, and apply a process to all of them to re-size, sharpen, etc etc. Maybe that is stuff you can do with elements too I don't know. I look at one guys pictures a few years ago who was really good with photoshop. He took a bunch of nature pictures, and showed me where he had removed fallen trees across rivers and all kinds of stuff and it looked natural. Not that I have a desire to do that, but he did amazing things with the software.
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Good eye.
I hate horses to tell you the truth. That one was sticking his face at me so I took a few pictures. My boss has dozens of thoroughbreds, many of them are worth more than the helicopter is.
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Looks awesome man! As usual

Glad to see someone is getting snow, we're havin a crappy winter
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truck/pics look awesome, white is my first choice
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