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I looked at PTlens barrel correction app and taking a look in Adobe lightroom 2010,it seems there is lens correction within that program.

Really like the tree,looks like it is perched on top of skulls.

Here is last night's photo at my local brewpub with a great bartender.

Captured the moment of ecstasy when the barmaid set her eyes on some gold and diamonds,a girls best friend...

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Yes, there is some lens correction in PS and AL2010 but it's not as accurate PTLens. Even after the adobe corrections, PTLens still fixes a bit of what Adobe missed out on. On some pictures it's not much but on others the change is rather drastic.

 

That pic is a nice candid picture. You should print it out and give it to her as a gift. wink_face.gif

 

Here are some new ones I took.

 

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Edited by LFF - 11/16/13 at 1:33am
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Some new ones, either random shots or vacation shots...

 

Took this one while bored at the wheel waiting for the light to change...

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Outside our hotel window...

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A nice, friendly animal...

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Family member...

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An awesome bar...

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Edited by LFF - 11/16/13 at 1:35am
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Yay for good looking sister in-laws !

My Black & White exposure was the only reality as a child growing up in the 1960's.

All black and white photos all the time,same for T.V. and when colour was invented,you just said no more B&W.

I enjoy looking at them but something shuts down in my head,like the kid that had one too many bologna sandwiches for lunch over the years.

Here is my Canada Day 2011 collection.July 1st holiday was Friday but the photos are from Saturday,just like your 4th of July,celebrations run all weekend.

Captured at the Toronto Ribfest,Centennial Park Etobicoke.

Getting my Ketucky Smokehose half-rack of ribs,no sauce:

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Sit down to eat and have a beer,great weather 86F,place was buzzing:

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Listen to Aerosmith tribute band,Mama Kin while having dinner:

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Plenty of Ribbers to choose from:

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They all claim to be Champions but I know better after a taste:

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A 'Charity' Hearse-for your next party?:

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Crazy Blanket Stands:

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Family Affair-Scarface,Natural High and I Love You-only in Canada:

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Back to family roots as fur traders,I bought my Queen size blanket with "Northern Wildlife"-I couldn't resist...

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Grey Wolf,Grizzly Bear,Black Bear,Polar Bear,Moose,Elk and a Bald Eagle all keeping me company tonight!
Edited by 5aces - 7/3/11 at 7:34am
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Bored...decided to take a self-portrait...

 

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Hey...Hangman, hangman, hold it a little while-all I thought of was the lyrics to "Gallows Pole" by Led Zepplin after that picture!

At the corner of Park & Cherry streets...
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There was a little cherry festival at Cherry Park yesterday!(with a newly planted cherry tree too)
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When not wearing headphones,do you walk through the park with a live Python around your neck??
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Instead of Toddlers & Tiaras,how about little RocknRollas-good for those boys.
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These guys sang the saddest songs ever,Hank Williams Jr.-"My Bucket's got a Hole in it" and so on...
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Canadians...always about the hockey,even on the hottest day in July.
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We tried everything on the menu but the Cherry Pie was best of all!
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Edited by 5aces - 7/10/11 at 5:10pm
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July weather brings out all the weekend events and today Main St. was closed for the Classic Cars & Legendary Stars festival.

I can walk to these events,here is the entrance on Main St.:
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I had a 1972 Ford LTD,400CID,this is a 1970 Ford XL.The old fuel jockey used to say:"fill up the Red Baron today,Son?"
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Got Fins?
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Convertible,4 speed,only way to roll in a Vette.I had a 1980,crashed at high speed circa 1998
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One of the few you could afford back in the day as a teen.
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1964 Ford Fairlane
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1967 Ford Fairlane,what a difference three model years made.My first car was a 1966 Ford Fairlane.
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When owning a Thunderbird meant you really had something...
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The "Legendary Stars" portion of the festival.Cover Bands of all sorts,delicious Beer Garden and Food Vendors.
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Seymour the Bull Terrier enjoying the Super Bee,he had a ferocious bark,I don't know the owner just heard her calling the dog to settle down...
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My show favorite,all alone on the way back home.
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Edited by 5aces - 7/17/11 at 8:55am
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Very nice! Love those old cars.

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Well...it's been a while since I went out and took some pics. Here are some recent ones from my last trip outside...

 

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post #84 of 174
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July weather brings out all the weekend events and today Main St. was closed for the Classic Cars & Legendary Stars festival.

I can walk to these events,here is the entrance on Main St.:

I had a 1972 Ford LTD,400CID,this is a 1970 Ford XL.The old fuel jockey used to say:"fill up the Red Baron today,Son?"

Got Fins?

Convertible,4 speed,only way to roll in a Vette.I had a 1980,crashed at high speed circa 1998

One of the few you could afford back in the day as a teen.
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1964 Ford Fairlane
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1967 Ford Fairlane,what a difference three model years made.My first car was a 1966 Ford Fairlane.
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When owning a Thunderbird meant you really had something...

The "Legendary Stars" portion of the festival.Cover Bands of all sorts,delicious Beer Garden and Food Vendors.

Seymour the Bull Terrier enjoying the Super Bee,he had a ferocious bark,I don't know the owner just heard her calling the dog to settle down...

My show favorite,all alone on the way back home.


Nice pictures 5aces, my grandpa's first car was a 59 Fairlane. What is the green one? A duster?

 


Edited by cifani090 - 8/5/11 at 11:32am
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Nice pictures LFF, my grandpa's first car was a 59 Fairlane. What is the green one? A duster?

 


Those aren't my pics cifani090. 5aces took those. Might want to PM him regarding the different cars.

 

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Those aren't my pics cifani090. 5aces took those. Might want to PM him regarding the different cars.


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post #87 of 174
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The Green one is a 1971 Swinger 340,Dodge Dart's performance model but the owner has modified it from original.

Dodge also had the 1971 Demon 340,with fender mounted small devil character decals and side stripes,built on the same platform as the Plymouth Duster.

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Thanks for bringing in the beach pics LFF,more girls are welcome anytime too!
Edited by 5aces - 8/7/11 at 4:25pm
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Every summer,I try and get to one "Pig Roast".
Found one yesterday being put on by a local bar,in an industrial part of town.
Never been to "Abby's Grill and Cafe" before.
Inside,the old crotchety owner was dishing out food on the buffet line just like the "Soup Nazi".
The crowd was a mix of locals and workers from the area.
Fun on the front parking lot and inside the bar!

Two 80lb.pigs were cooked.All you can eat for $10 and $3.50 beers.
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Cellphone picture.I sat beside the huge trucker "F***'n Reg",as he called himself,because he said:"I have so many great ideas"-ha,ha!
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Event ran from 11:00am to 10:30pm,plenty of time to get your food & drink on...
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Guy rolled up in a van around 4:00pm for the 'entertainment'.Rear doors of the van opened up and held a type of projection screen for videos of the music he was playing as DJ.Odd but fun.
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Edited by 5aces - 8/20/11 at 7:13am
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With all the car pictures... are any of you guys going down to the Woodward Dream Cruise?

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Big time one day show,Woodward-today only in Detroit.

I go to this show in Oshawa,Ontario,at the G.M. Canada Head Office(where Camaro is built).

Next Saturday,I just might make the drive over.

It used to be a one day show but has expanded to three I see,one of the better car shows up here.

http://www.autofestoshawa.com
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Edited by 5aces - 8/20/11 at 5:59pm
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