Caedes

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.SnoF
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Website:
www.sitemasters.nl
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Location:
The Netherlands 
Birthday:
1984 (33 years) 
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08/13/03 11:17 AM GMT11/24/05 11:36 AM GMT 

Recent Works by SnoF: (full gallery)

Beautiful Eye by SnoF, photography->macro gallery
Beautiful Eye

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incommon
05/05/04 10:51 PM GMT
Listen if you dont like my work then just do not down load it.You dont have to post rude comments making yourself look stupid.As far as the pictures go I took them with a 4 mega pixel digital sony camera and edited them in photoshop resizing them to the standard 1024x768.As far as the web address... I actually edited these photos for use on my website and then stumbled across Caedes so instead of re-editing I just posted what I already had, just for fun.
To sum it up those who have nothing nice to say should say nothing at all.
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::SamGerdt
05/19/04 8:18 PM GMT
yeah dude...I'm not to impressed with ur arguments. If ur gonna try to pick a fight w/ sum1, at least make sure ur argument doesn't come off as moronic.
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Remember first impressions - they only happen once.
SnoF
05/20/04 12:24 AM GMT
I really don't know what you're talking about SamGerdt.. don't act weird
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=xentrik
08/02/04 12:32 AM GMT
I beleive SamGerdt is referring to your rudeness in commenting on people's work. You seem to be attempting to start arguements with other members. If you have a comment or criticism, that's one thing, but there's no need to be insulting. "Constructive criticism" would be something to keep in mind from now on. I hope that you will consider this in future, and that you can continue to enjoy this site, while not decreasing the enjoyment of others.
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::photoimagery
08/02/04 1:30 AM GMT
In refrence to "On A Clear Day". Thanks for your (constructive criticism). One thing you don't seem to understand is that the real limitation here is the size of the film. (35mm) When blown-up to 1600 x 1200dpi, that is approximately the same (Print-wise) as an 11 x 16 inch print. That is always going to show the formats limitations. I shoot Fujichrome Velvia with a Canon F-1 using their L-Series lenses with the entire assemblage mounted on a tri-pod (my camera never comes off the tri-pod). Canon L-Series lenses are the finest lenses made today. Perhaps Canon would like to know that their cameras or lenses are sub-standard (in your view). My images are then scanned into my computer using a Nikon "SuperCoolScan 5000ED", scanned at 4000 dpi. Really now "SnoF" perhaps before you criticize, you need to have a better understanding what you are criticizing!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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SnoF
08/03/04 7:23 AM GMT
"Really now "SnoF" perhaps before you criticize, you need to have a better understanding what you are criticizing!!!!!!!!!!!!!"

How should I know what kind of equipment you use? And I just determine the picture is grainy, so maybe you should use other equipment for making this kind of photographs. I am positive you can see with your own eyes the further you look in the pic the less sharp and beautiful this image gets. Don't blame your own equipment.
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Si
08/03/04 10:58 AM GMT
Thanks for your comment on "Urchins revisited", SnoF - glad you liked it :-)
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::photoimagery
08/09/04 2:51 AM GMT
Thanks for your comments on "Old Barn" .
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easynow
09/29/04 8:45 PM GMT
cheers for the comment on brutal glad you like it many thanx


..i do what i do best...
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::WENPEDER
08/10/05 3:07 AM GMT
FYI, the image "Recurrent Dream" is a Vue d'Exprit image of a sportscar overlooking a cityscape. I know few "kids [who could] put some things at random in front of some sunset/down" to look like that, as you suggest, but, of course your entitled to your opinion. Looks like I'm not the only Caedes participant the finds your comments both crass and rude.
Wen
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