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THIS WEEK….David Levine

This week’s banner image was submitted by David Levine. Thanks David!
david-levine-four-peaks
Image Details from David:
This was taken 12/29/12, called ” Last Light on Four Peaks.” Hand held f16 @ 1/25th second ISO 640, using canon 24-105 L lens at 82 mm focal-length.
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Attention Members: If you would you like to see one of your images on the DIG website, please email ONLY ONE image cropped to 770 pixels wide by 200 pixels high at 72 ppi and converted to sRGB to: meeting@digmeeting.com with a subject of “DIG member banner”.
The easiest way to crop is to set the dimensions in the options bar of the crop tool. Click on the crop tool and enter the pixel dimensions in the options bar. CLICK HERE to see how to set the crop options on the Photoshop toolbar. Enter the above dimensions.
Finally….please share a little information regarding your image. Suggestions: Location, time of day, equipment, etc. Also tell us if it is Photoshop art. Yes…Photoshop creations are welcome and encouraged! Just remember that the very bottom of the image will be barely visible.
Thanks in advance for your participation!

THIS WEEK…..David Goodell

This week’s banner image was submitted by David Goodell. Thanks David!
David-Goodell-Pelicans
Image Details from David:
This image was taken at Ding Darling Wildlife Refuge on Sanibel Island, FL. with a Canon 7D and a 400mm lens with a 1.4 extender (manual focus).
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Attention Members: If you would you like to see one of your images on the DIG website, please email ONLY ONE image cropped to 770 pixels wide by 200 pixels high at 72 ppi and converted to sRGB to: meeting@digmeeting.com with a subject of “DIG member banner”.
The easiest way to crop is to set the dimensions in the options bar of the crop tool. Click on the crop tool and enter the pixel dimensions in the options bar. CLICK HERE to see how to set the crop options on the Photoshop toolbar. Enter the above dimensions.
Finally….please share a little information regarding your image. Suggestions: Location, time of day, equipment, etc. Also tell us if it is Photoshop art. Yes…Photoshop creations are welcome and encouraged! Just remember that the very bottom of the image will be barely visible.
Thanks in advance for your participation!

THIS WEEK….Bill Lewis

This week’s banner image was submitted by Bill Lewis . Thanks Bill!
Bill-Lewis-DelicateArch
Image Details from Bill:
Delicate Arch. Taken on September 23 late in the afternoon using a Nikon D200 set at ISO 200 and white balance of 5250 k. The 18-200 zoom was at 200 mm, with the camera on a tripod and manually set at f22, 1/6 sec. The number of people lining up for sunset was striking, especially since we would be walking back down the 1-mile slick rock trail in the dark.
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Attention Members: If you would you like to see one of your images on the DIG website, please email ONLY ONE image cropped to 770 pixels wide by 200 pixels high at 72 ppi to: meeting@digmeeting.com with a subject of “DIG member banner”.

The easiest way to crop is to set the dimensions in the options bar of the crop tool. Click on the crop tool and enter the pixel dimensions in the options bar. CLICK HERE to see how to set the crop options on the Photoshop toolbar. Enter the above dimensions.

Finally….please share a little information regarding your image. Suggestions: Location, time of day, equipment, etc. Also tell us if it is Photoshop art. Yes…Photoshop creations are welcome and encouraged! Just remember that the very bottom of the image will be barely visible.

Thanks in advance for your participation!

THIS WEEK….Bob Buckles

This week’s banner image was submitted by Bob Buckles. Thanks Bob!
BobBucklesSanDiegoSkyline
Image Details from Bob:
“San Diego Skyline from Coronado Island”
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Attention Members: If you would you like to see one of your images on the DIG website, please email ONLY ONE image cropped to 770 pixels wide by 200 pixels high at 72 ppi to: meeting@digmeeting.com with a subject of “DIG member banner”.

The easiest way to crop is to set the dimensions in the options bar of the crop tool. Click on the crop tool and enter the pixel dimensions in the options bar. CLICK HERE to see how to set the crop options on the Photoshop toolbar. Enter the above dimensions.

Finally….please share a little information regarding your image. Suggestions: Location, time of day, equipment, etc. Also tell us if it is Photoshop art. Yes…Photoshop creations are welcome and encouraged! Just remember that the very bottom of the image will be barely visible.

Thanks in advance for your participation!

THIS WEEK…..Bob Mishkin

This week’s banner image was submitted by Bob Mishkin.
bob-mishkin-southwest-view-from-mcdowells
Image Details from Bob:
Here is a 3 shot panoramic stitched in CS5 looking southwest from the McDowell Mountains and approximately 140th street and Cactus in the Scottsdale Mountain subdivision. Canon 60D, sigma 18-200 mm @ 31 mm, ISO 100, f. 9.0, 1/200 of a second taken on Oct 27 at 9:30 am. Final tonal adjustment and other adjustments made in LR4. Camelback Mountain is located on the right edge.

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Attention Members: If you would you like to see one of your images on the DIG website, please email ONLY ONE image cropped to 770 pixels wide by 200 pixels high at 72 ppi to: meeting@digmeeting.com with a subject of “DIG member banner”.

The easiest way to crop is to set the dimensions in the options bar of the crop tool. Click on the crop tool and enter the pixel dimensions in the options bar. CLICK HERE to see how to set the crop options on the Photoshop toolbar. Enter the above dimensions.

Finally….please share a little information regarding your image. Suggestions: Location, time of day, equipment, etc. Also tell us if it is Photoshop art. Yes…Photoshop creations are welcome and encouraged! Just remember that the very bottom of the image will be barely visible.

Thanks in advance for your participation!

THIS WEEK…Tom Faranda

This week’s banner image was submitted by Tom Faranda . Thanks Tom!
TomFaranda2403
Image Details from Tom:
Sydney Opera House and harbor at night. Nikon D7000. Nikon 18-200mm lens
at 18mm. No filter. Shot at f4.0 at 1/15 sec, hand held. February, 2011.
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Attention Members: If you would you like to see one of your images on the DIG website, please email ONLY ONE image cropped to 770 pixels wide by 200 pixels high at 72 ppi to: meeting@digmeeting.com with a subject of “DIG member banner”.

The easiest way to crop is to set the dimensions in the options bar of the crop tool. Click on the crop tool and enter the pixel dimensions in the options bar. CLICK HERE to see how to set the crop options on the Photoshop toolbar. Enter the above dimensions.

Finally….please share a little information regarding your image. Suggestions: Location, time of day, equipment, etc. Also tell us if it is Photoshop art. Yes…Photoshop creations are welcome and encouraged! Just remember that the very bottom of the image will be barely visible.

Thanks in advance for your participation!

THIS WEEK….Jim Bottorff

This week’s banner image was submitted by Jim Bottorff. Thanks Jim!
JimBottorff_HDR
Image Details from Jim:
Tempe Town Lake at sunset with storm clouds. Taken on 11-11-2012. Processed in NIK HDR Efex Pro2 from 3 images, plus/minus 1.5 stops.
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Attention Members: If you would you like to see one of your images on the DIG website, please email ONLY ONE image cropped to 770 pixels wide by 200 pixels high at 72 ppi to: meeting@digmeeting.com with a subject of “DIG member banner”.

The easiest way to crop is to set the dimensions in the options bar of the crop tool. Click on the crop tool and enter the pixel dimensions in the options bar. CLICK HERE to see how to set the crop options on the Photoshop toolbar. Enter the above dimensions.

Finally….please share a little information regarding your image. Suggestions: Location, time of day, equipment, etc. Also tell us if it is Photoshop art. Yes…Photoshop creations are welcome and encouraged! Just remember that the very bottom of the image will be barely visible.

Thanks in advance for your participation!

THIS WEEK….Richard Buchbinder

This week’s banner image was submitted by Richard Buchbinder. Thanks Richard!

 

 

Image Details from Richard:

This image was made during May, in Sequoia National Park. I was not optimistic as I climbed to the summit of Moro Rock through a thick mist and dense clouds this late afternoon of a generally rainy day. As I approached the top of the trail, I was surprised to discover that I had hiked above the clouds, and was able to capture this unusual view of the colorful western sky, with a couple of mountain top islands to anchor the shot. 0.3 seconds, at f16, Canon 28 – 135 zoom lens at 135mm.

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Attention Members: If you would you like to see one of your images on the DIG website, please email ONLY ONE image cropped to 770 pixels wide by 200 pixels high at 72 ppi to: meeting@digmeeting.com with a subject of “DIG member banner”.

The easiest way to crop is to set the dimensions in the options bar of the crop tool. Click on the crop tool and enter the pixel dimensions in the options bar. CLICK HERE to see how to set the crop options on the Photoshop toolbar. Enter the above dimensions.

Finally….please share a little information regarding your image. Suggestions: Location, time of day, equipment, etc. Also tell us if it is Photoshop art. Yes…Photoshop creations are welcome and encouraged! Just remember that the very bottom of the image will be barely visible.

Thanks in advance for your participation!