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Got digital camera!!!

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by denfoote, Jul 5, 2003.

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  1. denfoote

    denfoote Member

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    Here are a couple of my babies!! :D
     

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  2. BerettaNut92

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    Ultimate two Glock w/ three holsters? :D

    (pink towels are untactical :uhoh: )

    :p
     
  3. 10-Ring

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    Nice set of 1st pics! ;)
     
  4. Sven

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    Nice!

    Good choice for props to hold up the guns! Festive.
     
  5. tatters

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    My digital camera makes too high definition pics to post.:(
     
  6. Bowlcut

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    congrats on the camera

    and 2 pretty pistolas.... now go get a real gun :D....yes im not a huge glock fan :D
     
  7. krept

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    congrats on the camera! Now... more pics!

    I have a good camera, I just can't get the darn lighting to my satisfaction. Natural sunlight out here washes everything out.

    Tatters, many cameras take high res pics, all you need to do before uploading them is to shrink them to a more viewable size. Shrinking is usually done by using the 'resize' function of a program like Photoshop or maybe even Paint?

    cheers
     
  8. Stainless Steel

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    If you have a Windows computer with ME or
    better you have Microsoft Image Editor. You
    can use it to resize your image for posting
    to the internet. It is very possible that
    your camera also came with software for your
    computer to resize pictures. There are many
    software packages out there that are user
    friendly for re-sizing pictures.

    Re-sizing to 640 by 480 is a good starting
    point.

    You could change the resolution setting on
    your camera for smaller pictures. I do not
    recommend this as the picture quality
    suffers.

    Perhaps you have a friend that can show you
    the ropes. With a little instruction, you
    will find it quite easy.

    Stainless.

    [​IMG]
     
  9. denfoote

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    Thanks a bunch for the pic help. Here are my carry pals.
     

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    foote, bout time you got a cam.;)
     
  12. Tropical Z

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    Another free and easy to use problem solver is at the address below and called "DCE AutoEnhance".Ive used the original program for quite some time and its wonderful how it can improve digital pics.
    www.mediachance.com
     
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