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Question   Lecture at adult community
Would you come to Buena Vida, an adult community in Wellington, to discuss your photography? We'd love to have you.

- Joy Green 3/25/2014 1:34:20 PM

  Answer Hello Joy,
I just read your question from last year. I must have missed the email notification. I would be honored to speak at your community. email me at redjelly39@yahoo.com and we can discuss if you are still interested.

Love in Light,
Carlton

- Carlton W.  2/7/2015 10:19:18 PM

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Question   Photoshop
Do you ever use Lightroom? What is the best "portrait" touch up software that is good to use. Thanks!

- Deanna Davis 5/6/2012 9:55:02 AM

  Answer Hi Deanna,
I still use Photoshop CS5 with a few plug in filters and recently started using Portrait Professional for portraits which works very well.

- Carlton W.  5/12/2012 6:45:50 AM

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Question   GNUkTNWNOTeBMxBogB
Note to Denver Digital club members. The club has pepahrs the biggest and best library of digital photography DVD's and books of any camera club in the country. It is now in the process of planning another expansion. We are always open to suggestions of educational digital DVD's and books, but are actually seeking them this time of the year. Please post any requests that you may have here or in the Forum.

- Dityagumay Dityagumay 4/23/2012 8:03:15 PM

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Question   Love your work
Carlton

I always enjoy looking at your photos.

- joecosentino 3/16/2012 3:10:40 AM

  Answer Thank you very much Joe.
I am in the process of moving back to Portland, Or.

- Carlton W.  5/12/2012 6:47:19 AM

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Question   the galleries
Carlton, you are a true artist with a camera. Thanks for your encouragment and friendship

- dave spooner 2/10/2012 5:47:14 AM

  Answer Thank you Dave - see you at a festival soon :)

- Carlton W.  3/12/2012 3:05:46 PM

  Answer Brad & Lynn - We may be a bit biased but have to say that these neatogrophsrhipforce what we already knew, Sarah and Steve are obviously very much in love and made for one another. They are a beautiful couple both inside and out and Lynn and I are very excited that Steve, Jake and Sam are part of our family. We love all of the photos and can see why Steve and Sarah picked Deborah as the photographer for the wedding. Brad's favorite is four rows down and on the right side and Lynn will be sending in her own message as well. We Love you all very much.June 29, 2011 10:39 am

- May May  4/21/2012 5:51:57 PM

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Question   a photo from HSMF, 4th of July.
You took a picture of me at the festival, I am the one with the bald head! But I cannot find it in your gallery.

- Pamela Warman 7/7/2010 8:27:46 AM

  Answer Thanks for sharing. What a pleausre to read!

- Kaylea Kaylea  7/28/2011 10:15:04 AM

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Question   Your photos are awesome
I am a newbie to photography. I have always had the passion. I just recently purchased a Sony a230 and am having a blast with it. So any suggestions on equipment and lighting would be greatly appreciated. I really enjoy looking at your gallery, you have some really awesome photos. I found you through better photo as I am currently taking some classes through them. Glad I found your site.

- Phyllis K. Cholewinski 5/20/2010 12:22:11 PM

  Answer Thank you Phyllis,
I hope one of the classes you are taking is an Exposure class as it is the basis of all that is photography. It takes study, practice & experimentation - but it is a fun learning curve. I often would take an exposure/composition class along with a Photoshop class as I feel the need to master both aspects is important to create the images I want. Enjoy the journey :)
Love in Light,
Carlton

- Carlton W.  5/23/2010 4:41:23 PM

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Question   Peek a Boo
Hey Carlton, I love how you respond to quest's questions. You are always so cool and polite! I have a couple more, how much does it cost to sell your prints through zenfolio? They sound great and the work is a high quality from your comments. Stay in touch. Any upcoming trips planned?

- Teresa Stokes 12/14/2009 4:22:19 PM

  Answer Hello Teresa,
If you have an account with Zenfolio, it doesn't cost anything to sell your prints, thats what they do to get your business along with providing a space to display them. You buy any prints according to the standard MPIX prices but when you create a pricelist, your customers will pay for the prints they order at the price you set with the profits credited to your account. I have different pricelists according to different criteria like my fine art stuff sells for more than my wedding pics. I even have a pricelist for just cost for galleries of my friends that I dont want to make $$ from :) They will still pay for the prints & shipping, so its easy for me that I dont have to deal with orders, printing, shipping & money collection.
See you soon Teresa...
Love in Light,
Carlton

- Carlton W.  12/18/2009 5:44:46 PM

  Answer Gosh, I wish I would have had that inframotion earlier!

- Rock Rock  12/21/2011 7:32:31 AM

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Question   Macro photography
I notice you have a macro ring light. I'm thinking about getting one but wanted to get some testimonials first. Any thoughts? Do you use it much?
Thanks...great work and inspiration.
Chet in Rochester, NY
PS I was also wondering about your experience in selling photos through Zenpholio. Have you checked out other sources? Do you like Zenpholio?

- Chester Scerra 11/3/2009 5:51:06 AM

  Answer Hello Chet,
I bought a Promaster Ring Light as my local camera store didnít have the Canon MR-14 in stock and it is OK but has a design flaw in that the power switch gets easily switched ON when I put it in my camera bag so I have to remove the batteries after each use. I would like to eventually get the MT-24EX. I use mine a lot with my 100mm macro lens and I always use a tripod as even ľ inch movement will change the area of focus. I do love macro photography. Canon just released a new 100mm f/2.8L IS macro lens. I donít see that much difference to consider upgrading but have thought about upgrading to the Canon 180mm Macro L lens to give me a bit more working room.

I love my Zenfolio site. I bought a Canon PixmaPro 9000 printer but it died after a few months and with the cost of quality paper & inks, I decided to start ordering all my prints online. Plus the fact that my printer cannot compete with the quality on the $25,000 printers that MPIX/Zenfolio & other pro printing places use. Zenfolio makes it very easy for me as I can create several pricelists and Zenfolio takes the orders from my customers and collects the $$, makes the prints (which are absolutely beautiful) and ships them directly to the customer Ė then they deposit my profits to my account. I donít have to hassle with paypal, printing shipping, etc.. Also my printer would only print up to 13x19 and you can order large poster sized prints through Zenfolio.

BTW Ė I saw Frank Zappa at the War Memorial in Rochester back in the late 80ís 

Thanks for visiting my site Chet.
Blessings,
Carlton

- Carlton W.  11/6/2009 10:56:23 AM

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Question   Photos are great!
Love your photos. Especially the Critters.

~Gypsy~

- Lisa Tyler 8/9/2009 5:57:35 PM

  Answer Thank you Lisa,
I love the critters too as well as the Canon 100-400mm F/4.5 L lens that I use for many of the critter captures.
Blessings,
Carlton

- Carlton W.  8/10/2009 11:51:08 PM

  Answer Stay with this guys, you're heplnig a lot of people.

- Nevea Nevea  7/28/2011 1:38:10 PM

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