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Old May 7, 2004, 2:30 PM   #1
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Old May 7, 2004, 11:25 PM   #2
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Ferny...sharp, sharp, sharp...and great title! You are talented indeed. And the background bokeh blur is very nice. Are you using a DSLR? Hmm, come to think of it, are you really as inexperienced as you claimed in your other post? If so, wow, you are off to a great start!
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Old May 8, 2004, 4:29 AM   #3
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Thanks Normacr. The origianl picture was posted here.Normcar wrote:
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Are you using a DSLR? Hmm, come to think of it, are you really as inexperienced as you claimed in your other post? If so, wow, you are off to a great start!
Nope and yes. This is the camera that I use. Bought for £50 off of eBay when my mum asked me to hunt her out a "digital camera that I can pictures of Pickles (our new dog) with to keep a record of her". She also wanted it for when she went out and about, zoos etc. I wanted to get her one with an optical zoom and used Steve's reviews as a guide. There were lots on eBay but they all went over the budget set. This is the only one we could get. The review of it pointed out its flaws but I'm happy with the pictures it takes (most of the time) all things considered. I seem to have nicked it from her and using it the most.
As for the experience. I asked for a 35mm SLR for my 21st birthday on 2nd February this year and I got a Dynax 5. Before that is was the normal kid's camera out of Argos which took one good photo every 20 rolls of film and was used three times a year...
So that's just under four months worth of experience.
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well....i'm impressed.....



oh yeah....the "manual mode" lets you switch the White balance.(something i posted about in your other dandelion thread).....so you can change it according to daylight/cloudy/flash/tungsten(normal incadescent..lol)
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well....i'm impressed.....



oh yeah....the "manual mode" lets you switch the White balance.(something i posted about in your other dandelion thread).....so you can change it according to daylight/cloudy/flash/tungsten(normal incadescent..lol)
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Old May 8, 2004, 4:16 PM   #6
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Another couple. Playing with the gamma settings.



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The first one does nothing for me but the last 2 ROCK. Love the minimalism with the stark background.



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Old May 11, 2004, 10:02 PM   #8
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I agree with ImKayd1
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