View From Purcell, Oklahoma: Christmas Tree Decorating 2011

Christmas Tree Decorating 2011

 

Playing around with my new camera and www.picnik.com. First attempt at a slideshow and curious to see if I can get it to run. Alright it works and it was pretty simple to set up.

I was trying different shutter speeds and aperture settings, which is why some of the pictures get brighter.

 

 

 Chirstmas Tree 2011


Feel free to critic or make sugestions as to what you would have done to make it better.

Licensed to SELL - Dedicated - Experienced - Honest - Than Maynard - Purcell, OK

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Than Maynard
REALTOR, CRB, Certified Short Sale agent, Certified Foreclosure Agent, Accredited REO Agent
Coldwell Banker Heart of Oklahoma Real Estate
1726 N Green Avenue, Purcell, OK 73080
CELL: (405) 990-8862
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Comment balloon 5 commentsThan Maynard • December 02 2011 12:51PM

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I love picnik but have never used the slide show.  I haven't had a premium account for a couple of years - guess I need to get one again. Love the trees, by the way!

Posted by Jo Olson, HOMEFRONT Realty @ LAKE Roosevelt - Stevens County (HOMEFRONT Realty) almost 8 years ago

Jo:  Thanks! First time I have used picnik for anything. I only used the free account.

Posted by Than Maynard, Broker - Licensed to List & Sell - 405-990-8862 (Coldwell Banker Heart of Oklahoma) almost 8 years ago

Hi  Mike, Awesome job! It is not so hard once you get used to setting it up and getting your photos in the right order. Well done! One thing I usually try to do is upload and adjust the photos first and then save them on the computer as a series. I then upload the whole collection again for the slide show. 

Posted by William Johnson, Retired Real Estate Professional (Retired) almost 8 years ago

Have fun with your new camera and picnik.

Dolores and I spent the Thanksgiving holidays in Colonial Williamsburg.  In the 18 century it was said that the skies were dark with the millions of pigeons that migrated from the north to Virginia and North Carolina for the winter.

The pigeons that are now to be seen at Colonial Williamsburg are rare breeds that are very large in size.  They are much different from the pigeons that we usually see in our parks and public places.

Colonial Williamsburg photograph by Roy Kelley using a Canon PowerShot G11 camera.

Roy and Dolores Kelley Photographs

 

Posted by Roy Kelley (Realty Group Referrals) almost 8 years ago

Hi Than - I imagine that you are your own worst critic (we all tend to be), so I would never venture to tell you how you could do it better!  I will have to get over to Picnic and try my own slide show.  Thanks for the inspiration!

Posted by Chris Canfield, Homes for Sale in Oro Valley and Tucson, Arizona (Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage) almost 8 years ago

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