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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by John Backlund, Mar 7, 2021.
..of course, she already had a computer and an abundance of imagination, so here we go...
those pics are cool...kudos to your wife
Fun stuff. Thanks for sharing.
Very cool! Definitely a creative household.
Nice! There's something about pics on the prairies that I love - big sky and wide open spaces. I'm on the prairies. It's one thing to view the scenery when driving but photos, to me, capture something that the eye doesn't.
Nice work! I love the family standing in front of the dilapidated house. Note the smoke from the chimney.
The Tom and Jerry one is cool too.
Awesome stuff. Looks like she’s a fan of Photoshop.
These are great cause even if they’re composites they’re not so far out as to be obviously impossible.
The lovely Mrs. Backlund has a great eye for composition. I’ve got some nice gear, but a crappy eye for putting together a pic. Definitely a talent.
She's got a great eye!
Really nice work!
Three thumbs up. Very creative
What kind of camera did she buy? It's probably more likely the user than the equipment, though.
Some great work there. I'd have those hanging on my wall.
Wow, very cool!
I didn't know Tom and Jerry was still on?
Awesome pictures! The locomotive is my favorite!
What's the story on the old Amtrak EMD E unit* in the first shot? What's the Photoshop and what's the "live" element?
* Why yes, I was a railfan in my early teens. Why do you ask?
Nice pictures indeed. What make and model and type of camera?
Nice job! As the world's worst guitar photographer I greatly admire those that have skill.
It's a Nikon SLR, but I don't know the specific model without it being right in front of me.