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    Website

    Finally put together a little mtb website:

    www.trexnfx.com

    Plenty of PNW trail shots on the photo page.

    Enjoy,
    T-Rex

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    Great site man! I really want to start my own site one day. What I really want to do is buy a good GPS system and start mapping my own rides. Where I work has GIS, so its all set up.

    I used to live in Sacramento for 2 years before moving here a year and a half ago and rode almost all the trails on your list. Hole In The Ground and Downieville is prime ridin.'

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    Purdy durned cool. Good job.

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    Whoa ... Way nice.

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    Nice site. Man do you get around!

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    Inquiring minds want to know

    Quote Originally Posted by trexnfx
    Plenty of PNW trail shots on the photo page.
    Very nice indeed! What are the specs on your camera and photo software T-Rex?

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    Very nice site indeed. Those are great photos. Wish I could make mine look that cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ormtbr
    Very nice indeed! What are the specs on your camera and photo software T-Rex?
    Thanks very much.

    99% of the photos were taken with a simple Canon G5 digital point and shoot, there are just a few film shots (scanned). For software, I actually just use iPhoto.

    T-Rex

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    Hi Anthony,
    Really enjoyed your site. Beautiful / inspiring photos. How'd yo get the colors to "pop". Are you doing any post editing?

    C-ya on the trail!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Zachary
    Hi Anthony,
    Really enjoyed your site. Beautiful / inspiring photos. How'd yo get the colors to "pop". Are you doing any post editing?

    C-ya on the trail!
    Thanks! I just did some minor stuff through iPhoto. Really the layout, gray on gray w/ white borders, gives more pop than you think. I always use a polarizer which really helps reduce haze/washout and gives you that incredible blue sky.

    T-Rex

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