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Question   B&W
I loved the entire body of your work. You have great range and depth of feeling. I particularly enjoy you B&Ws; Cove Cabin and the Gorilla are favorites.

- Robert Rodner 8/4/2007 6:26:55 PM

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Question   Great Work!
Hi Carolina,
I came by from the Betterphoto site. I think it's fabulous that you send your son a photo card a day. I wholly agree with you about the debate over film vs. digital--the bottom line is the final image. Your work is outstanding. Your passion and talent show in every image. As a beginner, I appreciate your detailed description of the equipment you use and the courses you have taken. Best of luck to you and your family.

Colleen

- Colleen Farrell 4/8/2007 8:30:02 AM

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Question   variety
Carolina,
What a great variety of photos you have, from micro to macro to moon. Great eye, very nice.
I've signed up for a website with Better Photo and have been browsing other site to shorten my learning curve.

- Larry Scott 11/24/2006 12:01:20 AM

  Answer Thank you, Larry :) Good luck to you...

- Carolina S.  4/8/2007 1:19:17 PM

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Question   Fabulous pics!
What wonderful pictures! You have quite an eye; I really enjoyed looking at them. Kelson sent me a greeting card of "Morning mist pastoral at Cades Codes" (as well as a little copy of Desert Fantasy Light), so I decided to stop by and check out the site. I must say that his was the prettiest card I've yet to receive from a deployed soldier! LOL!

- Andrea S. 7/17/2005 2:22:00 AM

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Question   Your photo gallery
Carolina,
These are great shoots. Soldier meets son and playing with feet are spectacular. Good creative photography. Look forward to seing more

- Siaka Yusuf 2/12/2005 8:02:26 AM

  Answer Thank you very much, Siaka, for your comments and your visit to my website. Soldier Meets Son is probably the most meaningful to me personally :)

- Carolina S.  2/15/2005 6:20:13 PM

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Question   SLR/N
Very nice work! I to am shooting the SLR/n and was wondering if you have any info on teathering the Kodak to a laptop for added control and vision durring photo sessions, and if you have used (or have) the flash signal transmitter on yours?

- Mark Groves 11/30/2004 9:44:46 AM

  Answer Hi Mark,
I do not use the tethering capabilities or the flash signal transmitter at this time. I would suggest going to the Kodak SLR Talk
forum on the DPreview.com website, join the forum and ask your questions if the word search doesn't bring up what you need. They are a great support group. You might also try the Galbraith website. They have a Kodak SLR user forum too :)
Regards,
Carolina

- Carolina S.  12/1/2004 6:45:08 PM

  Answer I think there is definitely a time for film and a time for digtial. I adore film pictures. There is just something about creating the image in a way that cant be taken back. I feel with film I am more intentional as well. I take a picture I feel will really look good. I check all my settings and check that it all is right. However, sometimes there are situations that warrant digtial. If you don't have time to deal with the film or if you need to take the pictures quickly. There is a lot involved in digtial images. Because they tend to take a rather flat image. Where with film you can take very well exposed images. As far as the stock kit that comes with the camera. I have a canon and I have had that lens forever, but I have grown to hate aspects of it. A good 50mm lense could always be used

- Yenifer Yenifer  5/30/2012 4:22:18 PM

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Question   Fab Images
Great Images!

- Jo Barker 8/28/2004 10:38:22 PM

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Question   YOUR BEAUTIFUL SITE.
I think you did a terrific job. I too returned buy my daughter introduicing me to digitial. I feel like I am learning all over agian. I would appreciate your looking at an old mans' first website.
URL-http://www.ripper3b.com/ Hope you like. From a WW11 vet. Tell your son GOOD LUCK

- Walter A. Repke 6/27/2004 7:53:54 PM

  Answer Hi Walter. I did visit your lovely website. I especially liked the B&W. I appreciate your military service to our country. I will pass on your GOOD LUCK to my son.
Take care,
Carolina

- Carolina S.  6/28/2004 9:38:43 AM

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Question   Thanks
Thanks so much for taking the time to coment on my photo. You're website is lovely. I especially like the baby pics and ecto (what?) but also the jubilation and schoolbus. Excellent work.

- Denise Dodson 6/18/2004 12:39:27 PM

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Question   Your Site!
I was introduced to your site as a result of your nice comments on one of my images. I must say, the photo of your son meeting his baby was quite striking!! I enjoyed many more of your shots, but that one really made me feel good!! Congratulations, and I look forward to seeing more!! Joanna

- Joanna Pecha 6/17/2004 2:59:46 PM

  Answer Thank you, Joanna, for your visit and kind remarks.
It's funny, isn't it, how some photo opportunities come our way unexpectedly, but then turn out to be among the most treasured? :)

Best regards, and I look forward to seeing more of your work as well!

Carolina

- Carolina S.  6/17/2004 5:46:20 PM

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