I dag vil jeg prÃ¸ve at anvende denne automatiske oversÃ¦tter.
Jeg vil benytte lejligheden til at sige tak for de positive kommentarer til mine billeder pÃ¥ bloggen. BÃ¥de her, og dem pÃ¥ min e-mail.
Denne oversÃ¦ttelse ser for mig ud til at fungere tilfredsstillende. Oven i kÃ¸bet kan jeg ogsÃ¥ hÃ¸re udtalen.
PrÃ¸v at brug den, der er mange muligheder.
Today I will try to use this automatic translator.
I take this opportunity to say thanks for the positive comments for my pictures on the blog. Both here and those on my e-mail.
This translation seems to me to function satisfactorily. On top of that, I can also hear the pronunciation. Try to use it, there are many possibilities.
My contribution to Scott Thomas’ assignment about portraiting is this image of a smiling girl.
The image was shot on a black background. I used two soft lights, one about 45 deg in front to her left and one about 90Â deg to her right.Â
The technical data are: Canon 7D with EF100mm f/2,8L Macro
Exposure: Â ISO400, 1/125s,Â f/4.5
Raw processing: Capture One.
Cropping and jpeg processing: PS CS3
This image was shot two years ago in an attempt to catch the light refracted in the waves.
Instead ofÂ a single post with multiple images I can try multiple posts with a single picture.
This is my daughter and…
Scott Thomas has set up his 9th assignment: Portraiture.
Go to his blog and read the rules. I’m sure you are welcome to join in.
The portrait of today could be my contribution, but I’m thinking of something different.
Scott Thomas har givet endnu en opgave. Det drejer sig om portrÃ¦tter. Klik ind pÃ¥ hans blog og lÃ¦s om det. Du er velkommen til at deltage. Jo flere, jo sjovere. Dagens portrÃ¦t kunne vÃ¦re med, men jeg finder nok ud af noget andet inden fristens udlÃ¸b.