Iso's from the Den

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Iso's from the Den

Postby DOUGSDEN » Mon Dec 29, 2014 8:58 pm

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Good evening folks!
Enclosed is my second attempt at uploading pictures to the forum. I made a promise many moons ago that I would learn how to do this and with the help of Ray and Bill, I think it's going to work this time! Maybe I will get so good at it that I will post pictures quite often! Wish me luck!
The fly is an Isonychia Nymph with due credit for it's design and recipe to everyone's hero, Walt Dette! I stuck pretty much to the orig. recipe and I did the photo's myself which is another story altogether! Thanks for your patience Ray and Bill in teaching an old dog some new tricks!
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Re: Iso's from the Den

Postby DOUGSDEN » Mon Dec 29, 2014 9:08 pm

I feel like Clark Griswold in the movie Christmas Vacation when he plugs the extension cords in for the first time....
Drum roll please!!!!
Help!
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Re: Iso's from the Den

Postby DUBBN » Mon Dec 29, 2014 9:09 pm

Doug? Let me know and I will take it down. They are gorgeous sir! These are the ISO nymphs Dougsden posted. They are coming through a little better here.
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Re: Iso's from the Den

Postby DOUGSDEN » Mon Dec 29, 2014 9:16 pm

Wayne,
How did you do that? I feel like a nut!
Thanks!
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Re: Iso's from the Den

Postby hankaye » Mon Dec 29, 2014 9:17 pm

DOUGSDEN, HOWDY !!!

Fantastic! Way to go! It only gets easier with as Hans says, "perfect practice ... "
Looking forward to seeing more of your creations.

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Re: Iso's from the Den

Postby DUBBN » Mon Dec 29, 2014 9:17 pm

I downloaded your link and put the photos on my response.
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Re: Iso's from the Den

Postby crazy4oldcars » Mon Dec 29, 2014 9:20 pm

Doug.
Put the images in one at a time. The file needs to be a .jpg file type. (Others may work, but for now we will stick with that.)
Ray has added a tutorial to the "Reference" forum that is excellent! It will be of more help than I could at this point, actually.
By-the-way, nice pictures, and very nice flies.

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Re: Iso's from the Den

Postby letumgo » Mon Dec 29, 2014 9:23 pm

Doug - Please try again, but be sure to choose a file with an extension .jpg, instead of .zip. Your initial post contained a ZIP file (compressed file containing multiple images). You need to upload the picture files individually.

You can do it! ;)
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Re: Iso's from the Den

Postby Mataura mayfly » Mon Dec 29, 2014 9:26 pm

Dougie, from what little I know of Iso's - you do good work!
Now, you owe it to the rest of us to get this photo posting guff sorted- such wonderful ties can not be kept in the dark.
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Re: Iso's from the Den

Postby DOUGSDEN » Mon Dec 29, 2014 9:38 pm

Thanks Everyone and especially Ray and Bill,
Ray and Bill, I copied your tutorials and followed them to the "T" except for the .jpg file thing. I understand what happened so the only thing to do is try it again! I need to go photograph some others and then experiment!
Wayne, thanks again for what you did! And Hank, I will perfect practice for sure. Just imagine all the fun I have missed by not doing this earlier!
I need to find a decent backdrop. Any suggestions? Color? Design or texture?
Thanks again to everyone!
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