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Christopher Price

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About Christopher Price

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    St Albert, Alberta
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    Nature, especially wild orchid, mushroom, spider, dragonfly and butterfly photography. Travel photography. Garden photography. Collecting photobooks.


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    04 Jun 2013
  1. Definitely a reptile, look at the splayed legs and only the saber-like teeth are modified, the rest are uniform. Scylacosaurus is a possibility but another is Inostrancevia Chris
  2. Wow, I do like Brad Goldpaint's and Matthew Turner's but nothing like a good nebula pic Chris
  3. Hi It could be Lactarius rufus, although it likes to fruit under conifers. Chris
  4. Hello, three from me: Picture of the big dipper from may front yard (just above the spruce tree). Great grey owl in the neighbors tree (I took it from my side of the fence) A merlin in my front garden looking for the robin it killed (and dropped) the day before. Thanks Chris
  5. I know this thread is kind of old, but if anybody is interested in using Adobe Portfolio I have updated my website, and it gives a pretty good example of a photography portfolio site using this "free" service. I am happy with it and it is very easy to add new content especially if you use Lightroom as a lot of people do. I used the Lukas template which I think was designed with photographers in mind. By the way it took me less than 30 min to switch templates from the old one I was using and to make the new customisations. I also easily switched domain names and there is a very good tutorial fo
  6. Several Alamy sourced images in the AMA Insider magazine (Spring 2018) FV3723: Design Pics Inc. kids in convertible ENJ60B: RayArt Graphics. Smart phone. CRY69B: Mark Chivers. Locksmith drilling FC3DN8: Stuart Aylmer. Paper through a shredder. DTN9BK: Action Plus Sports Images. Olympic curling J6TMBY: ITAR-TASS News Agency. Ice hockey world championship final C44KHF: Daniel Dempster. 2011 Kentucky Derby JGNHAP: Frank Molter. Wimbledon CMM203: Frank Rocco. Marathon runners KH2MPD: Cal Sport Media. CFL semi-final football game H9FA8A:
  7. Hi The one from 500pix. The other one I was using is called Image Release, but Releases was much easier to use at least for me. Chris
  8. Three sales for $203, including nice Education Sector sale. Hope that's not it for me for the year though. Chris
  9. HI I have a couple but the one I currently am using is called Releases. I think it was free and is very easy to use. Plus it does not require you to find a witness to complete the release as my other one does. Chris
  10. Thank you. I am hoping to go back there this spring to see how the area was affected by forest fires.
  11. A personal use sale. I think this area was burnt last summer, so it may be quite some time before an image like this can be taken again. Chris
  12. Hi Jill, I use Adobe Portfolio for my website and am very happy with it. It was relatively easy to setup and is at no extra cost because they can host it for you. I have my own domain name so I pay for that. The nice thing is that it encourages you to put your images together as projects, so what I have done is make a little narrative to go along with each project. The templates are easy to use but if you want to get more sophisticated they have that capability. There are plenty of examples and good tutorials to get you going. I am about to make mine more spiffier in the next week or two.
  13. 1. I once took a circle Manhatten boat tour when I came to New York to attend a course at Cold Spring Harbour and really liked the look of the buildings with water tanks on them, so if I could get a good vantage that would be number one. 2. View back at NY from the Staten Island Ferry (Ferry included). 3. Time Square at night. I know there are tons of these, but it would be for myself! Chris
  14. Hi Jill, Its a bit difficult to see from the picture but the defining characteristic is if the parotid glands touch the cranial crest (ridge behind the eye). It kind of doesn't seem to so that would make it an American toad. Chris
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