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Question   Red River Gorge
Hello Randy,
Our hiking group met you yesterday on the Auxier Ridge trail.

Enjoyed looking at your photo galleries especially of the Red River Gorge.


- Karen Roussel 8/17/2014 8:01:13 AM

  Answer Karen - thanks for stopping in to say hello. You reminded me that I need to update my photos here on this site, it has been a while. Updated some now, more needed :)!!

Hope you guys enjoyed your outing. Auxier is one of my favorite sunrise spots.

Thanks again. Best,

Randy

- Randy D.  8/19/2014 7:04:43 AM

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Question   Jessamine memories
Enjoyed your shots of Jessamine creek, went to college in Wilmore in the 60's and always enjoy Ky. scenery, Red River gorge etc.

- Jim Achmoody 10/22/2012 7:56:32 PM

  Answer Jim - Glad you like, and thanks for stopping in. I also enjoy exploring the areas you mentioned with camera in hand.

- Randy D.  10/23/2012 2:34:35 AM

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Question   The rapids shot and the mountop path
Great stuff Randy. Those pics are the "bomb". LOL

- Brenda J. Louise 6/9/2012 5:54:55 AM

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Question   Red River Gorge
RandyThanks for your comment on my red leaf shot.
The Gorge looks like a wonderful place to shoot.
I see you travel a lot. If you are ever up my way: Ottawa, drop in and we can go out for a couple of trips.

Mike

- Mike Bachman 6/9/2010 3:14:12 AM

  Answer Mike,

Thanks for stopping in and commenting. The Gorge is my favorite hiking spot around here, wonderful place to get away as well as to shoot.

Thanks for the invite. If I make it up your way, will give a call. Please do the same if you have some time to stop in KY.

Keep shooting,

Randy

- Randy D.  6/11/2010 2:46:31 AM

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Question   signature
Randy how do you imprint your signature on the photos?

- Evelyn Parrish 5/4/2010 1:33:52 PM

  Answer Hi Evelyn,

Thanks for visiting and your query.

Ans: I edit all my photos in Photoshop (especially the last steps) and use the type tool to insert my signature. There are other ways to do this in Photoshop. Check out Scott Kelby's books, he has some suggestions.

Best of luck,

Randy

- Randy D.  5/8/2010 11:57:19 AM

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Question   lens
Beautiful work. I also use Canon. What lens did you use for your home page shot?

- Holly Gedert 4/14/2010 4:06:59 AM

  Answer Dear Holly,

Thanks for the kudos. For the shot you refer to, I used my walk-around lens, which is the EF-S 17-85mm IS. I like the wide angle that this lens can give (and this image was shot at).

Thanks for stopping in. Cheers

Randy

- Randy D.  4/15/2010 3:07:13 AM

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Question   Wonderful Images Randy!
I've enjoyed surfing your site tonight! Excellent work---outstanding colors and composition! Many stunning images---hope you have several enlarged and hung on your livingroom walls. Thanks for sharing your images! Best wishes and blessings!
Randy Black

- Randy Black 4/13/2010 6:21:12 PM

  Answer Hi Randy

Thanks for stopping in and for the compliments. Yes, I do have a few hanging around the house, as well as a few other places around town. If truth be told, it was one of the reasons I started this in earnest. One weekend I was at an art festival with the purpose to buy something to hang, and after seeing some of the photos for sale, I realized that this was something that I could (and wanted to) do. I went out and bought my first digital SLR the following weekend. The learning curve has been all what I thought it would be (and more), and the enjoyment has been all I thought it would be (and more!!).

Thanks again for stopping in.

Cheers

Randy

- Randy D.  4/15/2010 3:17:26 AM

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Question   Your Gallery
What a cool website you have here!!! I've enjoyed my visit tonight, Randy. I ventured off into your waterfalls, with the slide show, and didn't want it to end. Lucky for me it didn't! HA! (Looping!)

I'll be sure and come back to enjoy more another time.

Very impressive and enjoyed your BIO as well. (I can identify with the flat camera blues. I have them!) ;)

- Laura E. Swan 4/6/2010 9:53:15 PM

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Question   Great pictures
Great Pictures!!! You capture the special aspect of so many things. Hope all is well.

- Jennifer Taylor 4/6/2010 6:49:07 PM

  Answer Dear Jenny,

Thanks for stopping to view and for taking the time to comment. And (!!), the compliment is very much appreciated. Hope you are well.

Randy

- Randy D.  4/7/2010 3:46:04 AM

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Question   What Equipment Do You Use
hi Randy,

I really loved your macro photography shoots. What impressed me most is the sharpness, depth of field, and color.

I am just starting out and liek yourself I enjoy capturing images of flower detail.

I bought an extension tube but the depth of field is very shallow.

Do you mind telling me what lens/camera you used.

- kiran patel 4/1/2010 7:37:22 PM

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