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Old 12-09-2011   #101
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Great...how come I did not see this one before...coming back for sure.

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Old 01-25-2012   #102
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Where do I go in Camel to remove the photo background. I'm a beginner and really need help quickly. Thanks
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Old 01-25-2012   #103
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Where do I go in Camel to remove the photo background. I'm a beginner and really need help quickly. Thanks
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Welcome Lucille Flint,

the Board "Image Editing, Color Management, Workflow" is probably the best guess. If you want good answer, it will help if you post a small version (800X600 is a good size) of the image to give us an impression of the task and tell us what kind of image processing tools you have an know how to use. You can attach the image directly to the message.

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Old 02-04-2012   #104
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Just a comment to the admins... some of those links don't seem to work any more. The "Sunny 16" link gives a "not found" message, and at least one other one took me to what I think is the right site, but didn't find the article it was supposed to be linked to.
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Old 02-04-2012   #105
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I don't have the power to edit the page. I know this has been a good resource, but when editing powers were reduced by members, I had to give up keeping this up to date.
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Old 04-01-2012   #106
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Kelly, I just found this wonderful Primer again and am going to bookmark the whole thing this time so I can find it more easily! It is such a wonderful guide. I've emailed you before (maybe in the past year, I think) about the class you taught the year that you developed this list of sites / topics. I was unable to complete the class at that time and was very disappointed. But this Primer is a great tool for any of us to learn from. Thank you for putting it together. I hope you are still shooting'.
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Old 11-16-2012   #107
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Old 12-21-2012   #108
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Two links are broken

The Sunny 16 Rule
Found this about it that also goes into other rules for cloudy and overcast.
The Sunny 16 RulebyDigital Photo Secrets

And the one about how a shutter works.
Found these vids about it.
This one has comentary
And this one is a high speed film that could show mirror slap.
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Old 12-11-2015   #109
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To be a great photographer you've got to have thick skin, patience and the ability to accept others critiscism.


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