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01-25-2013 08:27 AM
tukaniSVT NICE. I gathered all of the photos in here and there were alot of entries for this month.

Looking forward to seeing the results.

Great photos everyone and thank you for all submitting.

Ray
01-24-2013 01:26 AM
tukaniSVT Well, this is the Photo Contest section ... and one is more than enough for each month.

If you just want to showcase more photos, feel free to do that in our Photographer's showcase thread a few threads down from this one. Look forward to seeing more work.

Ray
01-24-2013 01:22 AM
ShogunSamurai2005 Oh ok. Ive got tons more photos to post on here.
01-24-2013 01:19 AM
tukaniSVT No not at all. It's still a lovely photo.

But for future reference, we are saying that Flickr is a better hosting site for your photos because it doesn't compress your photo and taking away some of the beautiful color you intended to showcase.

Ray
01-23-2013 11:44 PM
ShogunSamurai2005 So you're saying I should repost photo with flickr?
01-23-2013 11:43 PM
calebstubstad well, being this is taken with my phone at work, it's not very high quality, but anyways
the customer wanted an entree sized Greek Salad, and the other line cooks/chefs bet I couldn't make one double-decker style, and said if I could, then I could use it. The executive chef saw it the next day (pics) and was amazed, i'm 17 and not able to use half the stuff in the kitchen still



and the lady who got it, said it was the best looking salad she has ever ordered anywhere, needless to say I gained much respect from the guys that day
01-23-2013 11:39 PM
tukaniSVT Yup and it's true. There is a big difference using Flickr vs Photobucket.

I use to use them. And many photographers came to me about Flickr as well. So, I am now a flickr user.

I still have my photobucket page for minor photos with no real push.

Ray
01-23-2013 09:06 AM
rambleon84
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Photo of Mono Lake. Also recently appeared front cover of magazine. Used Nikon D90 with Sigma wide lens and Manfrotto tripod. Enjoy!

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v4...pscba309a6.jpg

Dan
I really like that greenish glow on the water...

Just going to post this here, your shot is too pretty not to mention this:
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Originally Posted by tukaniSVT View Post
Though the online photo hosting place you are putting your photo has a funky compression for photos, it still looks good.

**Edit**: I see you are using Photobucket, you should jump on the Flickr bandwagon for your good pieces of work. Their photo online compression is one of the best. Photobucket is just as bad as Facebook on photo-compression.

Ray
01-23-2013 03:15 AM
ShogunSamurai2005 Photo of Mono Lake. Also recently appeared front cover of magazine. Used Nikon D90 with Sigma wide lens and Manfrotto tripod. Enjoy!



Dan
01-22-2013 09:10 AM
rambleon84
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Is that at The Mountain? Although I live 10 mins away i've neven been down it with snow on it. I've walked up and down it during the summer for excersize. I drove down it in my old ranger for fun once. If you drive up to the camp ground it takes you right to the top just behind the ski lift on the experianced hill.

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Yeah thats the mountain of "Madriver Mountain" at the top...so this would be the so called peak. I say that as its not much of a mountain, we don't actually have those in ohio lol. It's not a bad hill for snow boarding, I still have enough room to hit high 30s going down it, just has short runs.
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