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Oklahoma Wall Art Photos Even though my wife is the one who earns a living with photography, I’ve been asked over the years to sell some of my photos. I usually oblige and order a print. I’ve decided to make this easier on everyone and create my own photo art store. I’ve got a few […]

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Gentry held her first photo class this past weekend and it was more successful than she even imaged — and she had high expectation! She kept the class very small so every student was guaranteed personalized attention. Some of the students in her photography workshop had just bought their cameras and one hadn’t even turned […]

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Gentry’s new website has been on hold for several months while she took some time off to teach.  Now that she is back into photography full-time, I quickly put the finishing touches on her new website and turned it “on.”  (Although, I don’t have a “real” logo.) This is the first major remodel of the successful www.GentryFoto.com since […]

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Looking for an easy way to select multiple files in Windows Explorer?  There are several options. Old School File Selection: This method is tried and true and has been around since at least Windows 3.0 in 1990. To select multiple files, hold down ctrl while clicking on the individual files you want. To select a […]

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I took the boys and dogs for a walk in our backyard this afternoon and of course I took a camera.  I saw a tree with a single leaf hanging on and had to grab a shot. After some processing in Photoshop and Nik’s Color Efex Pro, I came up with a nice Autumn theme  […]

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There are several ways to stitch together photographs to make stunning panoramas. One of the easiest ways is with Microsoft’s free photo organizer called Windows Live Photo Gallery (WLPG).  WLPG is a free download that works with XP, Vista, and now Windows 7.  For Vista users, this tool is an evolution of Vista’s Photo Gallery […]

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Check out this 10 photo panorama from the OSU campus. The sun was setting and the photos aren’t that great, but this is still cool. Using Silverlight’s Deep Zoom feature, you can zoom in, out, and all around. You can get close enough to see detail in these photos. I used the free Microsoft Image Composite Editor (ICE) to […]

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