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Old 11-14-2007, 06:22 AM
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While I was tinkering with your cat pic. I noticed these strange lines there. I know there is some jpeg stuff going on but that looks very different.
Do you have these marking on you original?
They run right across the top quarter of the picture!!!

Hope its not a camera prob

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Peter I have had a look through the photo's i took after this and they are ok, what i think it was i used the AEB function
which dosent use the flash so maybe the lighting was the culprit. I have added one that i used flash on and got a different problem, or maybe my media card is showing signs of wear, I will keep a eye on that, Thanks again for letting me know I appreciate it

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Old 11-14-2007, 07:18 AM
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...Left my pc for a few minutes while my cat IGGY was on my desk - and when I came back magically there was a third picture and he was asleep on the keyboard.

Ever since I bought him a copy of "Why Cats Paint" he's been a real bother when I'm using Photoshop. Says he's way beyond using actual brushes and I know he likes using the Trace Contour filter on still life projects.

(Actually, he really prefers actions where he doesn't have to mess with the keyboard much - 'cause he has big feet)

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Bob, I like his Trace Contour version - big paws and all, he did good!
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Old 11-14-2007, 08:34 AM
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Peter I have had a look through the photo's i took after this and they are ok, what i think it was i used the AEB function
which dosent use the flash so maybe the lighting was the culprit. I have added one that i used flash on and got a different problem, or maybe my media card is showing signs of wear, I will keep a eye on that, Thanks again for letting me know I appreciate it

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Ahh of course lets use the old AEB ploy, blind em with science. Works for me.

Well I don't see the lines in this one so could just be an aberration (boy am I glad Firefox has spell check for that word).

Just a quick one with the last pic you posted. Now I have to admit this one looks like a cat. But Palms be careful she has one eye partially open watching you.

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Old 11-14-2007, 10:45 AM
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blinded by science Peter? Well for once i know what it means ( give it a week and i will of forgotten)
you have reminded me must sort the spell check out for firefox.

I got that busy fiddling with the black mat that i have forgot what i have done

She may look like a cat on this but she sounds more like a carthorse at the moment running round the house, never mind it will be sleep time soon

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