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Lin Evans last won the day on December 10 2017

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    Fantastic to see so many patriotic bikers respecting their fallen brothers. Very well presented and a pleasure to watch ! Lin
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    Attending the Colorado Springs, Colorado Lift-Off balloon festival, I noticed that many of the balloon pilots liked to descend and "dip" their gondola in the adjacent lake before resuming their flight. To really do justice to this as a photographer, it would be necessary to be either precisely positioned on shore or in a boat in direct proximity, so I decided to attempt to create a realistic animation using PTE. The last image in this short series shows my animation results. The balloon descends while flying toward the observer, makes a small "splash" as it contacts the rather still lake then with a blast of hot air begins the ascent as the ripples from the splash-down begin to spread. Of course there is the reflection of the descending and ascending balloon in the water as two nearby balloons descend toward the observer. A fun animation to figure out and create.... Improved Splash...
    Nice Jeff - love the landscapes and the video mix with is as smooth as glass... Best regards, Lin
    Beautiful imagery of a place most of us will never get the opportunity to visit! Thanks for presenting this !!! Lin
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    With PicturesToExe Version 10 beta on the horizon - I thought it would be fun to post a show made nearly nine years ago with PTE version 5.7 beta. It's amazing how much power even this old version of PicturesToExe had. It was far, far more advanced even then than its competition today in terms of animation features and capabilities. Version 10 will be 64 bit and will be released both for the Windows PC as well as a native MacIntosh version. Congratulations are in order for Igor and the Wnsoft development team for continuing to push the envelope and lead the pack of presentation slideshow products with innovation, commitment and delivery !!! This was intentionally placed in the slideshow section because the demo section is not visited that often - in fact some visitors don't really know that there are two sections to SlideshowClub.
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    Nice Denis - Excellent choice of music to augment great photos ! Lin
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    Sample of a two minute construct using one of my Snowglobe styles.. Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep In Snow....
    Works fine ! I haven't tried just embedding without providing a zipped exe. That would be very nice if it can be done. Also it would be nice if there were a way to edit the thumbnail. I accidentally uploaded a wide aspect ratio image which doesn't show the main subject and I can't figure a way to replace it... There are still some wrinkles to be worked out on Slideshow Club but it's getting better... Lin
    I like it !! Innovative and provocative! I don't get over here very often - glad to see this and other work! Best regards, Lin
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    Just a little art painting for my granddaughter Lyndsey Williams.
    Nice job of helping the little critter get over the malady.... Seems happy to have a little extra chow...
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    A Sample Of How Professional Wedding Photographers Might Quickly Make A Show For Their Clients Using Only Styles. For The Professional, Time Is Money And It's Not Necessary To Learn All The Intricacies Of PicturesToExe To Immediately Be Productive. Hundreds Of Wonderful Free Styles Are Available To Allow Making Professional Animated Shows With You Photos Immediately. This Show Was Created In 15 Minutes And Although It Only Consists Of A Very Small Percentage Of Photos From This Wedding - Is Indicative Of What Could Easily Be Done With Virtually Any Number Of Photos. The Original Which Was Uploaded Here Was Replaced To Upgrade The Audio Track Slightly.
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    A PicturesToExe Promotional Demonstration Showing The Use Of Jean-Cypdrien's Book Style Which I Slightly Modified For A Near Vertical Perspective. Also For Fun I Used Dave Gould's Scrolling Text Style For Opening Text And Audio Credits. With These Two Styles - Any Inexperienced PicturesToExe Deluxe User Can Quickly Make A Similar Show. Buy PicturesToExe Deluxe And Enjoy The Tremendous Number Of Powerful Free Styles Available To Give Your Shows That Professional Touch.
    Beautiful imagery and perfect background music. The very interesting thing to me is how it's perfectly possible to have incredible images without all the hoopla over dynamic range. Nearly every day I hear criticism on photo and technical forums that camera A has better dynamic range capabilities than camera B and how that's so terribly important to photographers. I call BS on this. Yes for certain photos and perhaps for forensic photography dynamic range may hold great value, but these images are perfect examples of why it's (dynamic range) not the be all - end all for photographers. Sometimes expressed dynamic range gets in the way of an otherwise beautiful photo. Sure, you could have adjusted the curves, levels, or shadows/highlights on these photos to allow the viewer to see all the hidden details in the shadows and have rendered a show where the viewer could see highlights and shadow details easily, but then the entire damn mood would have been destroyed and the effects of the dynamic high contrast would have been lost. Congratulations on producing a product which does what it was intended to do rather than conform to the expectations of armchair pseudo-experts of which many have never produced a photo worth spending the time to observe! Nice job, Best regards, Lin Quote Edit Options
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