"Setting The Rig" - A photograph.

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  1. Irishwhistler

    Irishwhistler Senior Refuge Member

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    "SETTING THE RIG"
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    Irishwhistler
     
  2. mpkowal

    mpkowal Elite Refuge Member

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    That's why we do this.Beautiful.
     
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  3. GUNNERX2

    GUNNERX2 Elite Refuge Member

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    Nice
     
  4. mebe007

    mebe007 Refuge Member

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    Mine isn't nearly as dramatic as yours but I thought it was cool
     

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  5. Irishwhistler

    Irishwhistler Senior Refuge Member

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    NICE PHOTO - GREAT BLIND.:tu

    Mike
     
  6. mebe007

    mebe007 Refuge Member

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    Thanks bud. How do you watermark your pictures. Here's one from this evening
     

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  7. Irishwhistler

    Irishwhistler Senior Refuge Member

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    That's a fine photograph. I like the overall composition. One consideration is that ye waterline is not level which throws off the perspective a bit (correct that and ye have a real winner). I use Photologo for watermarking me photographs.

    Mike
     
  8. mebe007

    mebe007 Refuge Member

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    Thanks. Guess I needed to get lower
     
  9. Irishwhistler

    Irishwhistler Senior Refuge Member

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    What are ye shooting for a camera? Does it have a level read out? If not, most post processing programs will allow ye to make a leveling adjustment when ye crop the photo.

    Mike
     
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    Honestly, that's my phone. I don't have anything other than a Nikon point and shoot for a camera. Although I want a dslr bad
     
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