I'm not trackside today, so you know what that means....

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kenw

5th Generation Texian
#1
...it means I've been inside editing....

A going-away from a few days ago, 1st cropped to panoramic and then I threw the toolbox at it to see what would stick. Chrome, doging, burning, cloning, sharpening, sunbursts, you name it I tried it. Some stuck around, some got their bits recycled. :rolleyes:

Beats more Excel....:eek:
 

kenw

5th Generation Texian
#3
more....

No I wasn't that close on this...it's a tight crop...

and thanx, Tim. Nice day to be out.
 
#4
That looks pretty sharp. I try really hard to get the most at the camera. I am just now getting into the whole digital thing. I am really stupid when it comes to editing software. What are you using to do your work?
 

kenw

5th Generation Texian
#5
That looks pretty sharp. I try really hard to get the most at the camera. I am just now getting into the whole digital thing. I am really stupid when it comes to editing software. What are you using to do your work?
Thanx, I use Paintshop Pro. Not expensive and very easy to use.
 





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