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Here's todays lesson, Kidz-----P/Shop out the scuff marks on this boat. First prize is my undying love and gratitude. And bonus points if you can clean up the reflection as well............



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Child's play . . . adjusted color a bit too. It's a low res pic though Rick, can't do much about that.

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I'm speechless---really. That was amazing, TB.


Let's have a beer............


BTW, low res? I shot that at fine with the D-40 (6.2 mp). Or so I thought........
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I think photobucket automatically downsizes pics to 800 pixels max, unless you give them money. I'll take you up on that beer - if I ever get to your side of the US, otherwise drop me a PM if you head over here.
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Just so the others know, that pic did come out of my P/BNucket albums. Never realized they pixeled them down to 800. So the q is, what were they originally in my Pictures folder on my Toshiba with XP? Did I have a choice? Is 1600 the max? Or how about my Picassa albums?


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TB nice job. even did the reflection in the water. I'm guessing you used the clone tool. Very nice.
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