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Discussion in 'Landscape Lighting' started by Lite4, Aug 2, 2007.
Nothing to crazy but this is the first home we did full led. This was done june 2009
Regarding photo editing: There is also a good open source program called GIMP. It has a LOT of features but NO support...so if you have time to learn it, it works great and is free.
Thought I would revive this thread with a project from a few weeks back.
Here is how I began this project.
I like it.
i just finished this waterfall and took this shot with my iphone 4s.The dark spots have been fixed and the palms toned down a little. I need to get back and shoot it again.
Nice work Tim!
Those are some waterfalls. Looks good Tommy. Not a bad shot for an iPhone.
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Now that is really awesome!
Here is a series of photos from the flower and patio show back in March of this year. Obviously I am not landscaping anymore but thought I would post. I created the fountains in an attempt to show water features in a more creative way utilizing steel. The photograph of me cutting holes in the waterfall weir is a little blurry. The guy taking it was a little shaky. Probably too much coffee on a cold January morning
Anyway, we sold several of these including the ones shown here for the show. I have another smaller one I built that I will be posting over on the pond and water feature tab. I added lighting to this one, so I listed it here.