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THIS WEEK….Tanju Bayramoglu

This week’s banner image was submitted by Tanju Bayramoglu . Thanks Tanju!
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Image Details from Tanju:
The grand portal of EL RANCHO DE LOS SUENOS (The Ranch Of Two Dreams), at Casner Mtn area near Sedona, AZ.
Camera: Lumix DMC-FZ100
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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…Tanju Bayramoglu

This week’s banner image was submitted by Tanju Bayramoglu. Thanks Tanju!

Image Details from Tanju:
PETRIFIED FOREST, AZ
Camera: Panasonic, LUMIX DMC-FZ100
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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….Tanju

This week’s banner image was submitted by Tanju Bayramoglu. Thanks Tanju!

Image Details from Tanju:
These 2 images taken at the Phoenix Zoo on Sept. 13, 2011. I like very much doing this type of works 🙂
Camera: Panasonic, Lumix FZ40,
f:5.2,
t:1/320,
ISO 200,
Focal length: 108mm,
No tripod. no flash.
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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 1000 pixels wide by 288 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…Tanju Bayramoglu

This week’s banner image was submitted by Tanju Bayramoglu. Thanks Tanju!

Image Details from Tanju:

Location: On the road between Camp Verde to Sedona, AZ
Date & time : 09.08.2011 – 3:37 p.m.
Camera: Panasonic DMC-FZ40
Shooting condition: f 6.3 – 610mm (equivalent 35mm focal length), t 1/600, ISO 400, +UV filter.
Cropped to match requested poster size and played a little bit with curves.
No tripod used.

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If you would you like to see one of your images on the DIG website, please email ONLY ONE image cropped to 990 pixels wide by 257 pixels high at 72 ppi to: meeting@digmeeting.com with a subject of “DIG member banner”.
When choosing an image to upload, keep in mind there will be text at the upper left. If your image is dark at the bottom, a pale white bar will appear across the bottom of your image for the tab text. 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.
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…Tanju Bayramoglu

This week’s banner image was submitted by Tanju Bayramoglu. Thanks Tanju!

Image Details from Tanju:

I took this shot on December 29, 2008, during sunrise hour and under below freezing temperature at Bosque Del Apache Wildlife Refuge, near Socorro, N.M. The exact location is 18 miles S. of Socorro.
Every year between November and early March ~75 thousand birds of five different species nest in this area. They are; Sand Hills, White Gees, Blue Herons, Canadian Geese and Ducks. I have never, ever seen such a large amount of birds in one place.
Panasonic, Lumix DMC-FZ28, 1/125, ISO 400, f 4. (+1), 28mm

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If you would you like to see one of your images on the DIG website, please email ONLY ONE image cropped to 990 pixels wide by 257 pixels high at 72 ppi to: meeting@digmeeting.com with a subject of “DIG member banner”.
When choosing an image to upload, keep in mind there will be text at the upper left. If your image is dark at the bottom, a pale white bar will appear across the bottom of your image for the tab text. 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.
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!