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Discussion in 'Photos & Video' started by Holly Saunders, Jul 13, 2019.
That looks so good, @Lon Tanner.
My brother and sister in law on their 30th anniversary
What kind of beer are they having? @Craig Swanson
Crown Lager. It is Australian. Top drop not quite up to German quality Thomas. We do export it tho.
When was the photo taken? @Craig Swanson
My plastic flamingos are a bunch of hypochondriacs.
Last time I saw my brother.. a month ago.
I just took this of my teddy in-the front window .,something allot of Aussies are doing to bring a smile to anyone passing by
The URL goes to an AOL website. Not an image.
I want to see this picture. Please try again, Mary.
My widowed son has found a new interest since he returned to his hometown. Seeing his efforts from last year beginning to reveal themselves he is eager to get started again.
Spring is definitely here in the South. One day's worth of bugs caught on giant flypaper hanging below outdoor light. Seniors have been given stay-at-home orders here (I think ), so there isn't much else to photograph.
(Flies on top half are printed on the paper)
A couple of pictures of the full moon last night on smartphone camera. The outline of the moon was very distinct, but came out blurry in photo. I tried a lot of different settings.
There were clouds here, but no pink rings. A bit disappointing.
The last picture that I took was an experimental one. My phone has an option for “portrait mode”, which emphasizes the focal point of the picture, and makes the background blurry, like you might see from a portrait studio.
I don’t often take a portrait, and hadn’t had any reason to try it, but since I wanted to take a picture of my iris in bloom, I thought I would test out the portrait mode, and I am totally impressed with how the picture turned out. I will definitely be using this again for other pictures, where the background is not important.