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Ken Weinrich

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  1. You need to add the little cloud thingy around it And those cartoonish swoosh lines that indicate air moving around it I think thiis the "cloud thingy"
  2. Were you an instant late or was she? ;-) Got to love all the fixed cameras in the little tower. They won't have your shot. Ouch! That was much more than an ouch. The horse broke its neck and had to be put down on the spot. That was the most tragic event crash I've ever witnessed. There was some mumbling that the noise from the fixed cameras spooked the horse as it was going over the jump, and that distraction contributed to the accident. Thank God none of those cameras were mine. I would be devastated if I were even partially responsible for such a catastrophic crash.
  3. Congratulations, Simon. Nice milestone to cross.
  4. I shoot equestrian events from time to time, and like most sports, the moment of peak action is a big deal. Timing is everything.
  5. http://www.shutterstock.com/pic.mhtml?id=251522239
  6. It's funny. I've only had 3 sales today, and all of them were the same photo. The one EL, and 2 subs. Must be some weird celestial alignment.
  7. Holy Crap! That feels good. My very first EL! Wahoo. Charlie Brown happy dance. I could use a couple of those every day. Maybe eventually.
  8. I like it, too. I wish I had a sort of rustic fork (kind of tarnished, wood handle) but I don't, and it just didn't work with clean, shiny, flatware. I hope no one notices. Search ebay. There's lots of vintage kitchenware there now. Also, try flea markets or mothers/grandmothers cutlery drawer And thrift stores - they are a virtual goldmine for neat cheap props Thanks, guys. I'll keep my eyes open.
  9. I like it, too. I wish I had a sort of rustic fork (kind of tarnished, wood handle) but I don't, and it just didn't work with clean, shiny, flatware. I hope no one notices.
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