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Lizzard[MPE]
19th November 2005, 17:08
:lick: i had to take these down to 500x375 to get them to upload. :down:

Lizzard[MPE]
19th November 2005, 17:18
that last picture looks much better on my pc then it does here.

Jon P. Inghram
19th November 2005, 17:20
Even shrunk they're still really nice. :up:

Lizzard[MPE]
19th November 2005, 17:22
pictures of my nieces and nephew

Lizzard[MPE]
19th November 2005, 17:55
a creature i found in the yard this summer.

KvHagedorn
19th November 2005, 19:43
Lizzie, you are GOOD. You captured so much personality in the faces of those kids.. I am not kidding or kissing your rear, either. You really need to pursue this. Do a book. Something.

P.S. Your oldest niece there is gonna break more than a few hearts in her time!

Sasq
19th November 2005, 20:16
/me has visions of buying a new printer

Belwarrior
19th November 2005, 20:28
and that niece of yours really resemble you quite a bit..
i remember that one of our guys here had a pic of you (in a dress i think) when you were young

DGhost
19th November 2005, 21:20
and that niece of yours really resemble you quite a bit..
i remember that one of our guys here had a pic of you (in a dress i think) when you were young

huh? she hangs around MURC... and still wears dresses?

i'm so confused :confused: :suprised:

Sasq
20th November 2005, 04:39
Do a book. Something.


witty comments aside about KvH actually having a good idea ;) you might be onto something.

liz still has her little project of Uni and traveling a bit prior, and needs to save for said adventure.

how many of you guys would drop lets say $20 or $25 (usd) on a coffee table book with liz's pics in it? lets say about 40 pages?

Jessterw
20th November 2005, 10:29
Spectacular shots Liz. If it's any hint as to Sasq's inquiry, I'd love to own more examples of your wonderfully natural talent.

KvHagedorn
20th November 2005, 12:37
witty comments aside about KvH actually having a good idea ;) you might be onto something.

liz still has her little project of Uni and traveling a bit prior, and needs to save for said adventure.

how many of you guys would drop lets say $20 or $25 (usd) on a coffee table book with liz's pics in it? lets say about 40 pages?

let's say 200 pages.

Sasq
20th November 2005, 14:15
at 200 pages the printing becomes quite expensive, was also thinking of give her something smaller to start off with.

Lizzard[MPE]
20th November 2005, 17:46
weird, thats something i have thought about a lot the last year. I would love to have a book of my work thus far. i actually go into the book store everyday next to my work and look at photography books and think to myself, "i so need to do this".

Lizzard[MPE]
20th November 2005, 17:49
and as far as my older niece goes.. i am so happy she is such a good kid so far. ive seen a lot of 14 year olds not as smart as her in my time. shes been dating a boy now for 4 months and still hasnt even kissed him. thank god.

Lizzard[MPE]
20th November 2005, 17:55
heres one of my backyard (a good place to live; ie:Indiana)
itsybitsy spider on the back porch during a sunset
and a pic of my little niece last weekend. such a lush :D

Liquid Snake
21st November 2005, 00:11
I posted six photos a few weeks ago and got zero replies while Liz gets all this attention. I see how it is :( :cry:

That aside, nice work. The fourth shot in your first post is great.

BTW Liz, I remember you said that you were coming back to NYC sometime. Any plans for that?

Jessterw
21st November 2005, 01:15
Yeah but Liz is a girl :p

Fat Tone
19th December 2005, 07:44
I read about this online photo-book publishing service (http://www.mypublisher.com/default.php) in February's PC Pro magazine and remembered Dan's idea. It comes well recommended and seems reasonably priced.

Basically you upload your pictures, layout the book, and they print it up and send it to you, in anything from paperback to large hardback. :cool:

Now if only I had a books' worth of decent photographs. :)