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"Night in Vence" photo awarded 1st place

Digitalfotografering er en dejlig hobby. I "gamle dage" havde jeg 3 analoge spejlreflekskameraer af mærkerne Pentax og Olympus (drømte om et Nikon). Sidste sommer købte jeg et digitalt Nikon D70s og kastede mig atter over avanceret fotografering. Et af mine billeder har nu vundet en 1. plads i en fotokonkurrence på, hvor temaet var "Nat". Præmien var et fotoredigeringsprogram. Fotoet går nu videre til finalen.

Digital photographing is a nice hobby. In the "old days" I owned analogue cameras from vendors like Pentax and Olympus (dreaming about a Nikon). Last summer I bought a Nikon D70s DSLR camera and started all over again. One of my photos has received an award, taking the 1st spot in a monthly photo competition at The theme was "Night". I was rewarded with a nice photo editing software. The photo is now submitted to the final "Best Photo 2006".

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