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.MiLo_Anderson

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Gender:
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Location:
Calgary Alberta Canada 
Birthday:
1988 (30 years) 
Membership:
05/03/04 11:57 PM GMT09/17/17 7:16 AM GMT 

Recent Works by MiLo_Anderson: (full gallery)

Ragged Window by MiLo_Anderson, Photography->Architecture gallery Grassy Beach by MiLo_Anderson, Photography->General gallery Anchor by MiLo_Anderson, Photography->Transportation gallery
Ragged Window Grassy Beach Anchor

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.Coolboy189
11/02/05 9:36 AM GMT
Ty for the comment and the advice .
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The Earth Is Going Down
.jennyvladimirova
11/08/05 12:56 AM GMT
Hi Milo, Thank you for your nice comment on Messembria. It's actually the earliest painting of all that I posted here. I was not quite sure whether to post it or not, because it was not following any painting rules. But since I really love this place, I decided that I have put quite a lot love in it to hide it, so here it is. :) Your comment is very important to me, since you were the first one in caedes to comment my first work and I treasure your opinion a lot. Thanks again.

Jenny
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::philcUK
11/12/05 12:14 AM GMT
thanks Milo for the great post you left on Hybrid - been locked into my photography for a while so it was good to try something a little different.

cheers - Phil
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"Some mornings, it's just not worth chewing through the leather straps"
.priyanthab
11/17/05 2:03 AM GMT
Hi Anderson. Thank your for keeping your honest comment on my photo "Hanthana". I actually tried hard to control the glare from the sky but failed since I was not using any filters those days. By the way this shot is a panorama which I forgot to mention. Glad you enjoyed it.
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.littleufo
11/20/05 1:43 PM GMT
Nope, they're full res. 1600 x 1200.
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<littleufo>
::stuffnstuff
11/21/05 4:41 PM GMT
Tripod? Those things from that old sci-fi novel? ;-)

Always expect at least a little sarcasm from me, even if I do mean no harm (which I would like to think is all the time). :-)
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Men occasionally stumble over the truth, but most of them pick themselves up and hurry off as if nothing ever happened. – Winston Churchill
::AlphaDog
11/25/05 1:30 PM GMT
Thanks for your kind comments for 'Black-capped Chickadee'. :^]
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.ron_pistner
11/27/05 1:09 PM GMT
Hey Milo!! I've uploaded a new pic, and I wanted your opinion on it. :D :D

Good Day, Ron.
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-The true lens is the eye itself. -
&trisbert
12/02/05 12:58 AM GMT
Hello Milo. You make a fair point about the sun in “Sydney Harbour”. Thank you. I was really tempted to fix it but decided to leave it for reality’s sake. I wonder what Ken Duncan would have done in this situation?
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There are three colours, Ten digits and seven notes, its what we do with them that’s important. Ruth Ross
::kodo34
12/02/05 3:06 PM GMT
Hey , thx for the comment and sugestion on ice & metal , i will defenitly try that ; i'mm new in fotografy so all tips are appreciated.
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have a nice day and read more fantasy.
.Otaku
12/05/05 9:39 PM GMT
Don't even try to break the Caedes addiction. It isnt worth the medical expenses...
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Otaku's back?
.icemanz07
12/05/05 10:05 PM GMT
Thank you very much for your comment on "Ninja Friend." The PowerShot Pro1 is a great beginner camera, but I think you would be better off with a Nikon D50 DSLR with the kit lens, seeing how it's about the same price and it gives you the ability to upgrade lenses.
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.d_spin_9
12/21/05 6:50 AM GMT
i still could've been closer, but i didnt know how i'd want to crop, although that lens has a really crappy macro (like 7.1 - 1 or something), something to note tho, to make your life more complicated :P is that this was at f/2.8 which is why there is such a small depth of field, and smooth background
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.d_spin_9
12/24/05 11:24 PM GMT
thats cool, when we went it was quite a bit above zero, so melted alot, so most of the fine icicles werent there, check out my shot from the time i just posted, im also debating posting the big panorama image with some ice climbers in it, although the big shadows kinda wreck it, i'll probably post it anyways
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+photoimagery
12/27/05 7:24 AM GMT
Hello Milo: I'm pleased that you liked "As the Seasons Change". You are correct about my soft focus lens. It's a Cannon 85mm dialed to #3.
The image was made with the branch being parallel to the film plane so that the whole branch would be in focus and then I used an aperture of 4 so that all of the surrounding elements would be greatly out of focus. I wanted them there, but in a supportive role and not to compete with the main subject.
I'm very pleased that you like it.

A Photograph is more than a still image of the real, it is a doorway into the unreal, it allows you to see through the eyes of the photographer, and see how they see the life around them.
(Our) Kirsty Smith
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.d_spin_9
01/04/06 2:56 PM GMT
hey, have you bought the macro lens yet?
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.Dunstickin
01/09/06 2:19 PM GMT
Hey Milo..most grateful for your kind words to Digital & Film'......I was undecided wether to post the image with this frame!...it seems I have a mixed bag of 'Pro's and Con's' about it...so i will try to post the original at a later date.......Bob
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::groo2k
01/13/06 9:53 AM GMT
It is time to make a new Ceades Icons background...hmmm.
-Rob
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.LANJOCKEY
01/13/06 5:11 PM GMT
Hello Milo...Thankyou for your comments on (ROYAL DEESIDE) I use an ordinary SLR digital camera.....but I find that early morning or late afternoon for the right light to take my pics...All the best ....Mick
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.LANJOCKEY
01/13/06 5:34 PM GMT
Hello again Milo...I would like to thankyou for taking the time to look at my gallery and to thankyou for your comments...it is very much appreciated.....After I post this comment to you I am going to have a look at your gallery....All the best....Mick
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.d_spin_9
01/18/06 5:47 AM GMT
Post a picture from Sunday night already!
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.hermanlam
01/19/06 7:07 AM GMT
Thank you for your comments. I actually wish I could have seen the bottom of his body better, but oh well...nice to see fellow Canadian subscribers!
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.ekowalska
01/19/06 12:32 AM GMT
Hi Milo,

The second hay bails capture is really what I was longing for. Coming back to photo editing... Of course I realise we aren't able to give up such a helpful tool. But in my opinion the fact we are not able to capture the nature as we see it means only we have lot to learn. I know photo edited shots look much brighter, the colours much more saturated, the light warmer... But this is already far away from the original scenery. It looks as a completely different place, time of the day, the atmophere. As if we created some new enhanced reality... It is possible to make a superb photo from a good photo in a photo editor but is it possible to take a perfect shot? This I would call a mastery we should strive for. Good luck to all of us and to you Milo.

Ewa
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Here is my gallery "In all things of nature there is something of the marvelous" Aristotle
.sunshiney1
01/24/06 12:40 AM GMT
Great pictures you've got there.....and after looking at them, I hereby conclude:

1. You are a great photographer
2. I must visit Canada soon :-) and experience the vast beauty myself....
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-Budding Photographer
.nburwell
01/28/06 1:29 AM GMT
Thanks for your comments on my "Wide Shot of Philadelphia" photograph. I'm glad that you liked it, and that you especially took the time to look at my work and comment on it. Thank you again!

Nick
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.aclockwork
02/02/06 3:32 AM GMT
thanks for your comment on "Bald Eagles" Yeah Alaska is pretty incredible. You'll see hundreds of bald eagles all over the place during the day as well.
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.d_spin_9
02/02/06 6:04 AM GMT
so that is how you get so much karma eh, when does it start saying 'massive' for karma? 1001?
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.jaecee666
02/02/06 10:57 AM GMT
Hi Milo, thanks for commenting on"Crystal Ice Palace"! I'm glad you like it and thanks for the wish of luck! :)
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look but don't touch, touch but don't feel, feel but don't like, like but don't tell...
::kodo34
02/03/06 7:00 PM GMT
Hey Milo , thx for the comment on sentree in fantasy setting , i apprecaite the support .
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have a nice day and read more fantasy. my images
.princess_jamey
02/03/06 9:55 PM GMT
Thank you for the wonderful compliment on Nature Captured.
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"I wrote your name on a piece of paper but by accident I threw it away... I wrote your name on my hand but it washed away... I wrote your name in the sand but the waves whisked it away.... I wrote your name in my heart and forever it will stay........." ~Jamey~
&trisbert
02/08/06 12:24 AM GMT
Hello Milo. Thanks for the compliments at “Memories of Youth”. I just used a 200mm prime with no filters for that one. It happened to be on the camera for birds in flight :-)
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There are three colours, Ten digits and seven notes, its what we do with them that’s important. Ruth Ross
&trisbert
02/08/06 10:40 AM GMT
No Milo unfortunately it’s not a macro lens.
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There are three colours, Ten digits and seven notes, its what we do with them that’s important. Ruth Ross
.rahto
02/11/06 8:46 PM GMT
Thanks for the kind words Milo. As for the photo "On The Edge" it was shot with a Canon DSLR with a Sigma 105 macro. I use a Canon 550 flash on most of my macro stuff. I have used three different camera bodies over the last four years but I think this picture was shot with the Canon 5D.
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.d_spin_9
02/12/06 9:27 PM GMT
you can have my 960 th post. doesnt that just make you warm inside, only 40 more till massive karma! oh and i think i got my computer working properly, just messing with the bios. and im doing a fantasy image copying yours just so you know in advance and dont get too mad ;)
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.ron_pistner
02/23/06 1:39 PM GMT
Hey Milo! I wanted to drop off and tell you that I've brought snow pics from Israel! I only uploaded one, but a series of them is coming. I'll be glad if you take a look.

Have a great day,
Ron.
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-The true lens is the eye itself. -
::d_spin_9
02/26/06 2:29 AM GMT
hi, yes i took crystal ice on my tripod, i used my long lens, so theres no way i could've blurred the water like that at that length by hand. post some of your vancouver shots now!!
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::d_spin_9
03/09/06 1:35 AM GMT
i finally caught up to you in posts :) this is my 1001, i meant to give you the 1000th, but i wasnt watching close enough. its almost like having a birthday :P
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::Lithfo
03/09/06 5:51 AM GMT
Thank you for your comment on "He shoots, he...!" I also appreciate you viewing "Pressure." Keep it on the DL, but "Pressure" was edited to add some drama. There was really over four minutes left in the game.
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If a picture is good enough for you to click on, it's good enough for you to vote on.
.agnostico
03/17/06 7:57 PM GMT
Thank you for viewing and commenting on "Moss", the words you left are much appreciated. Thanks for the hints, too, but it was not easy to submit this photo. I explain: this is a scanned old 35mm colour slide taken with my sturdy and reliable Nikon but... not digital. I avoid manipulation as much as possible but, because scan often denatures colour and detail, I applied some sharpening and colour correction in Photoshop. I tried a tighter crop resulting in noise and loss of detail. Sorry, my English is not fluent but I think you understand me perfectly.
Cheers.
António
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The painter constructs, the photographer discloses. (Susan Sontag)
.mvr
03/20/06 1:50 PM GMT
Hi Milo, I just wanted to say that I loved your gallery... You got some really nice pics there!
Thanks for sharing.
Martin
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.ramkyte
03/26/06 10:20 PM GMT
:)) its not easy to answer this, but i think the real life contains lots of love, joy and happiness.. and you are a hero if you have this all times! cause these days its hard to find your way to happiness. did i answered your question?
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looking something new in all times ;}}}~
.KingIan
04/10/06 11:22 AM GMT
Hey, thanks for your thoughts about improving my "Dizzy" shot, I appreciate it! Good ideas.
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if at first you don't succeed, you're about normal.
::nigel_inglis
05/08/06 10:52 PM GMT
Shame about Calgary eh? Atleast the Ducks are beating Colorado...
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Unity through faith - Strength through unity Check this out!
.noahnott
05/22/06 11:52 PM GMT
Thanks for the comment on "rubber bands" Yeah, your right about putting the knot in focus.
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Nothing much
.fogz
05/23/06 7:43 PM GMT
Hi, thanks for leaving a comment on my photograph of The Family of Man sculpture. I was in Calgary for the last two weeks and took a few photographs (well maybe a lot - about 500) - I will be posting many of them, so hope I do justice to your beautiful city - I just loved the big shiny buildings reflecting on each other. The weather was perfect - I think I chose the best time to be there.
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"Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery and today is a gift, that is why we call it the present."
.fogz
06/04/06 11:28 AM GMT
Hi Milo, glad you like my Hoodoos photographs and sorry if I beat you to posting them! LOL! I suppose as a visitor I was trying to see as many things as possible while I was there. I was fortunate that the day, in fact the whole two weeks I was there (two weeks mid-May) the weather was perfect. I have lots of other photographs of the rock formations too which I might post at a later date. Would like to see your photographs on here too. thanks for leaving a comment again. Patti
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"Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery and today is a gift, that is why we call it the present."
::kodo34
06/18/06 8:24 AM GMT
Hey Milo , thx for the comment on flying ant , always appreciated.
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"Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect." my images
::kodo34
06/19/06 3:05 PM GMT
And for your comment on Coccinella septempnetata ; as for learing , i'v been dooing this for about 7 months now , i i learned most of it here and Caedes. So i'm glad i'm making a contribution.
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"Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect." my images
.Jhihmoac
07/27/06 3:48 PM GMT
Thanx MiLo (Did I spell that right? - LOL) for stopping by to comment on Warp in Linear Time ...I appreciate the support!
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"Let us forever cherish and hold sacred these moments...for it is our undoing ...should we forget..." -William Shakespeare ... Visit Jhihmoac's Gallery
::cynlee
08/05/06 1:54 AM GMT
I'm sorry. I don't know why I thought it was Switzerland. Maybe because they have very high mountains too? Who knows? I will try to be more careful. :)
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::d_spin_9
08/05/06 7:30 AM GMT
darn right
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The heavens declare the Glory of God, The skies proclaim the work of His hands!
::Dunstickin
09/18/06 7:25 PM GMT
Thank you for your kind words to Beach Huts Milo.....much appreciated.....Bob
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*Please forgive me, for not replying to every one of your lovely images-Problems with my hands is making it difficult at present* Dunstickin's Gallery
::PatAndre
09/20/06 8:19 PM GMT
I just thought it was comical that you bought a super wide lens and the first picture taken was a tall vertical one. Aha, aha.....hee'hee.......ho........hum.............(runs and hides)
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.priyanthab
09/21/06 2:06 AM GMT
Dear Milo. Appreciate your kind comment on "Living in nature". Thank you.
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.rawtsn
09/25/06 2:07 AM GMT
Howdy from Arizona! Thank you for your appreciation of "Tail Mosaic"! I have some other shots of him and was thinking of putting several 8x10s together for the complete animal; your idea is an even bigger project! Lots of good stuff in your gallery - one of my best ever vacations was driving/camping from Regina (I know, it's not Alberta) to Jasper via Calgary; Alberta's a great place!
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If it's to be, it's up to me.
::Rayn_dragon
09/25/06 3:44 PM GMT
THanks for your comment on phosphorescent honey... and the secret isn't much of a secret: Flashlight. :)

amare umbra
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Sometimes you need to stop thinking so much and go where your heart takes you
::jzaw
09/27/06 12:45 AM GMT
youve a beautiful and varied gallery and I'm certainly keeping my eye out for your new works.

this is the kind of work I aspire to! 8)
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do acts of random kindness and sensless beauty! - small ***gallery* ** for your enjoyment
::jzaw
09/27/06 3:59 PM GMT
hey Milo
yeah the zoom slipped under its own weight in TO BOLDLY GO but this is common and quite a few lenses these days have zoom locks to prevent just such a thing from happening

but as you say it turned out an interesting shot ... im glad it happend
thanks for your appreciation
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do acts of random kindness and sensless beauty! - small ***gallery* ** for your enjoyment
.d_spin_9
09/28/06 4:53 AM GMT
no

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The heavens declare the Glory of God, The skies proclaim the work of His hands!
.CUTiger1989
10/06/06 1:06 AM GMT
Thanks for stopping by and for commenting on my photo "Interesting Tree." Since you are from the area, do you know how that tree grew like that?

BTW, you have a fanatastic portfolio. Your landscapes are impressive.
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Ephesians 2:8-10
::Jas_NC
10/07/06 4:00 AM GMT
Excellent Gallery...Don't want to miss a post so addding you to friends...thanks. Jas
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Always give more than you expect to get and you will always get more than you expect. Thanks to all! Visit my gallery
::kodo34
10/31/06 10:40 PM GMT
Hey Milo , thx for the comment and toughts on standing tall , always appreciated.
Can you change the bokeh ? I always tought it had to do with lens design and the number of blades in your diagram.

Kristof.
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It is not worth an intelligent man's time to be in the majority. By definition, there are already enough people to do that. my images
.d_spin_9
11/01/06 5:43 AM GMT
kinda amazing that shot has over 2000 views huh?
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The heavens declare the Glory of God, The skies proclaim the work of His hands!
Aire
11/11/06 7:28 PM GMT
Thanks for the help Milo. Your gallery is awesome. I love all of the photos. They are REALLY good.
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+mayne
11/14/06 4:06 AM GMT
Hey Milo, thanks again for the comment you left on "Deep Thoughts". If I remember correctly it was a photoshop plugin that gave the blur in that image.
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Darryl
.dkirk22
11/22/06 6:29 AM GMT
Oh cool, some of my relatives are from a very small town in Alberta.
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-Devin
.d_spin_9
12/17/06 12:06 AM GMT
("Never memorize something you can look up again". That is going to be my life model now. ) Dont you mean Motto?
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The heavens declare the Glory of God, The skies proclaim the work of His hands!
::jeenie11
12/28/06 2:16 PM GMT
thanks for commenting on the small camera issue. i'll have to decide soon. the thing is that i only want it for family photos, etc. i use my big camera for everything else. i had wanted a super thin camera which would easily fit in pocket or purse. the two cameras i mentioned aren't as small. they have lots of other features, but do i need them????? the casio looks just right but i keep hearing not to buy a camera from someone who isn't really known for cameras. oh well! no big deal but thanks for trying to help!!! jen
ps. i just looked at your gallery. you are a wonderful photographer!
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i'm so far behind that i know i'll never catch up. sorry if i don't comment on each of your pictures. . be patient! Please Visit My Gallery
::ekowalska
01/01/07 12:03 AM GMT
Dear Milo,
I am far behind with my written appreciation for the wonderful works of others and the marvelous attention given mine, so thank you so much for your kind comments on "November impressions III". The photo was taken with Konica Minolta Dimage A200, F -10, 1/15s, ISO 50 + graduated neutral density filter. Stay tuned.

Ewa
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If you admire nature for its creations why don't you visit the gallery of its reporter...
.timvdb
01/18/07 8:39 AM GMT
Hi Milo,
Thanks for your comments on Dancing on Ice, much appreciated. This one was taken within the Christmas-NewYear period, in Antwerp, so, those are rentals, indeed. I don't know the people in the picture, they're strangers.

Thanks for your comment
Tim
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Keep up The Good Work
.d_spin_9
01/23/07 12:47 AM GMT
Like i said in boston Pizza..... I hate you!

i just wanted to leave a permanent black mark on your record here for evil deeds done involving this site.
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The heavens declare the Glory of God, The skies proclaim the work of His hands!
.d_spin_9
01/24/07 5:46 AM GMT
i see my last comment elicted no response. lol.

yes you should get into this x-country stuff, its a great time too. and on the last pic, i didnt do anything too creative, i used 3 separate adjustments on the RAW picture, like i always do, but i didnt do anything selective.

now its my turn to bug YOU to POST something ;)
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The heavens declare the Glory of God, The skies proclaim the work of His hands!
.thebitchyboss
02/07/07 1:44 AM GMT
thanks for your comments on bundled up I'm glad you liked it
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"my pictures" Together we can accomplish the extraordinary,
.alchemike
02/10/07 5:52 PM GMT
Hello Milo, thank you for commentin "Playing music", your comments are much appreciated ;)
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.Canuck_Photo_Guy
03/11/07 3:17 AM GMT
Thanks for the comment on Lampy In The Sky With Diamonds, it's greatly appreciated! It was shot from the east side of the building across the street half a block north of Teatro.
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"To photograph is to hold one's breath, when all faculties converge to capture fleeting reality. It's at that precise moment that mastering an image becomes a great physical and intellectual joy." ~ Henri Cartier-Bresson
.jesouris
03/12/07 7:54 PM GMT
Milo, thank you very much for your comment on "Strolling Down The Leaf" I'm honored.
Thanks again,
Jess
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"To The World You Might Be One Person; But To One Person You Might Be the World." My Gallery
.Canuck_Photo_Guy
03/13/07 12:08 AM GMT
Milo, thanks for checking out my series on the Spyder and commenting on Spyder. Your comments and critiques are greatly appreciated! Hmm, very good point with the mirror. When I was cropping I didn't even notice it :S, was more concentrated elsewhere.
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"To photograph is to hold one's breath, when all faculties converge to capture fleeting reality. It's at that precise moment that mastering an image becomes a great physical and intellectual joy." ~ Henri Cartier-Bresson
::theshrew
03/14/07 12:42 AM GMT
Hi Milo
Thanks for your comments on They call me Mellow Yellow - a spur of the moment shot, so not much time to set anything up! Kate
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Beware the man of one book." St. Thomas Aquinas Scholastic philosopher and theologian, 1225-1274
::madmaven
03/16/07 4:44 PM GMT
Gosh....I am slow seeing that people leave comments on my work...and only just now saw you left one on my Ladybug pic for my little girl. Thanks, Milo! What an honor! and yes..here in Fl..we have some pretty weird bugs....{and won't even mention the people...:) Thanks again! / Terri/MM
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Hey there Mister Madman, wat'cha know that I don't know Tell me some crazy stories, let me know who runs this show Glassy-eyed and laughing, he turns and walks away Tell me what made you that way
.d_spin_9
03/26/07 4:42 AM GMT
for all my fire images i shot with the 50mm at f/4 ISO 400 for 1-2 seconds. i simply put the flash on TTL on camera, it worked quite well as you can see. It would have been alot superior to put it off camera and on the correct manual exposure because then it flashes half as much saving battery, and also lessening the camera's confusion when scott started using 1 remote to fire both the camera's on TTL, causing the preflashes to overlap, and the exposure to work AWEFUL (see the images of myself ;)) the flash power is very dependant on distance, so i thought TTL works fairly well, baring the preflash for every stinkin exposure. the f/stop and ISO were pretty ideal i thought tho, just the right amount of burn-out in the fire :)
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The heavens declare the Glory of God, The skies proclaim the work of His hands!
.d_spin_9
03/26/07 6:17 PM GMT
Scott bought a D70 from a friend for $500 a couple months ago w/ the kit, i'm kinda jealous haha 30% price lol. sell the lens for what i did and it woulda been a sub $250 camera lol. ya he was using it with the onboard flash aswell, it kinda sucked. lesson learned: only use 1 camera with a flash at a time :)
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The heavens declare the Glory of God, The skies proclaim the work of His hands!
.d_spin_9
03/27/07 3:24 AM GMT
Yes that would have work EXCELENTLy but i was spinning, and i thought it was stupid to use 2 camera's simultaniously anyways, and i didnt really care. really scott should have just used my camera which had the exposure pretty much dead on anyways. none of his really worked out, the SB600 is majic :D
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The heavens declare the Glory of God, The skies proclaim the work of His hands!
.d_spin_9
04/01/07 4:53 PM GMT
when you post your rework i'll take mine down. do you somehow want to get my .psd (82Mb) so you can take the bits you like?
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The heavens declare the Glory of God, The skies proclaim the work of His hands!
.psy_creature
04/02/07 11:38 PM GMT
Hello MiLo_Anderson,

Thanks for commenting on my Watermark Tutorial I greatly apreciated it:)

and yes there is a way to extract the watermark when you open up the program JPHS and open your jpeg picture, click on the seek button at the top. Type in your pass phrase into the box and there you go!

I hope this info is useful to you:)
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.Shananagins
04/19/07 6:19 PM GMT
Hey MiLo_Anderson,
Canada must be beautiful, i have only been there once, but your pictures are amazing, thanks for the map.
Shanon
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For God so love the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth on Him should not perish, but have everlasting life. John 3:16
.Canuck_Photo_Guy
06/04/07 1:30 PM GMT
Hey Milo thanks for stopping by and commenting on Blurred Vision, it's greatly appreciated! My new lens is the Canon EF 50mm f/1.4 USM. It's pretty stinkin' sweet, so good in low light!
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.Canuck_Photo_Guy
06/07/07 1:20 PM GMT
Hey Milo, thanks for checking out 1 vs 15, your comments are greatly appreciated!
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"To photograph is to hold one's breath, when all faculties converge to capture fleeting reality. It's at that precise moment that mastering an image becomes a great physical and intellectual joy." ~ Henri Cartier-Bresson
::kodo34
06/10/07 8:44 AM GMT
Hey Milo ; thx for the comment on uot of the deep .

Well ; some do get away :-) .
But the key is patience and choosing the right time : i like to go out for bugs when it is light but no sun or after the rain , but anytime when it is light and cool is good ( they are less active then ).
95% of my macro shots is with a tripod ( this one isn't )
After a while you also get better at sneaking up on them .

Kristof
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....Dreamstime..... Art is born of the observation and investigation of nature. Big stock photo
.d_spin_9
07/19/07 9:46 PM GMT
yeah thats what i thought at first, i have a couple other compositions of the same one that have some other problems, (this one i had to clone out a fair size tree) and i find after a while it doesnt bother me. i'm not really the centre of attention in this picture, and there are some reasonably strong lines created on the 1/3rds by other more dominant features.
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.d_spin_9
07/28/07 3:04 PM GMT
i think alotogether mine cost about 130 shipped from hong kong, its got all those fancy coatings too which i see as a bit of a benefit, although hoya's a bit stupid and the filter is allowed to rotate or come out of the holder if the very small ring which threads inside the filter holding the element comes loose. no biggie tho
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.Canuck_Photo_Guy
07/30/07 1:16 PM GMT
Hey Milo, thanks for stopping by and commenting on Park Guard, it's greatly appreciated! I see what you mean about the headspace. There defiantely was room to tilt the camera down, in this case it would show off more of the lion's body. Although I was going for a slightly different composition (top left third and third approx middle of the head), I can see the value in decreasing the headroom (I almost always forget about that unless I overfill the frame with a head). Thanks again for the comments/critique!
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.d_spin_9
08/10/07 4:43 AM GMT
i hope you gave it a 10!
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.wencele
08/16/07 2:52 AM GMT
Thank you for the comments & advice on "Jekyll Island Sunrise" - always appreciated! :) Elizabeth
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LOVE WINS.
.d_spin_9
09/16/07 6:44 PM GMT
no, thats just what the shape of the splash looks like here...
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.d_spin_9
12/11/07 6:50 PM GMT
theres no way i'd bring a tripod along for 5 days of backpacking like that. The majic for those shots is a 10mm lens,and around a 1/10s shutter speed.

I was also holding the camera near the ground, so that helped me brace my elbows.
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.d_spin_9
12/16/07 11:25 PM GMT
with a grand old c-index of 78 lol
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.Mojave_Storm
01/30/08 3:37 PM GMT
haha well I was just wondering how you captured such a fast moving image with such quality. I'm still new to photography so I appreciate the info :)
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.Canuck_Photo_Guy
07/21/08 1:27 PM GMT
Milo,

Thanks for stopping by and commenting on A Couple's Paradise. Yeah, it's well worth it to go to the top...about 3.5-4 hours round trip with some time at the top. Plus it's not very difficult either. It's actually not crooked, but does appear so. Rather there is a small hill to the left and the valley floor and creek to the right.
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"To photograph is to hold one's breath, when all faculties converge to capture fleeting reality. It's at that precise moment that mastering an image becomes a great physical and intellectual joy." ~ Henri Cartier-Bresson
::Logun7
12/24/09 6:03 AM GMT
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::Logun7
12/31/09 5:22 PM GMT
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