She's the one that came up with the original Seahorse dragon with sculpted arms and legs. She's come up with a lot of new things. I'm a big fan! I do agree that close up pics would be better for her auctions. Her stuff is of great quality, and the pictures don't do them justice. She's one of the one's that comes up with new stuff we've never seen before. Again, I'm a huge fan of her art.
I don't think it's necessarily the camera that is the problem from the look of that photograph. It has captured the detail in the wall very well because that's what is in focus. It could be the result of taking the photo too close if the camera doesn't have a macro setting, or not putting it on the macro setting if it has one. Or just not focusing the lense on the right area.
Burn the land and boil the sea - but you can't take the sky from me
Post by mrsclean987 on Mar 20, 2008 7:20:39 GMT -5
One of my first posts on this forum was asking about the "chicken". I mistook a cockatoo for a chicken, and looked like a fool. Oh well, I'm still here, so no harm done, right?
Hee hee! I remember that! I was like...."chicken? what chicken?! I've never seen a chicken!" I thought you had found something totally unique! I remember telling you to hurry back to the store and buy it! hahahahhahaha