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Old Jan 11, 2007, 2:14 PM   #1
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no winter - still fall
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Old Mar 8, 2007, 8:33 AM   #2
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Torgny,This is good one,even the water drop can be seen on some leaves
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My inspiration from today!

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A normal one!

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Oh, I´m sorry, I haven´t noticed the replies. Forgot the notify by e-mail. I´ll be back to you

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Hello!

Today I test for the first time with externally flash my 7D/Tamron 18-250mm combo!:?

Here a example of dead leaves on my dinner table flash bounced to my room ceiling...

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Old Jun 17, 2007, 8:53 AM   #7
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O.K...Now trough the Laundry window...what my eyes saw...using backlight "Zone metering at "HI"...maximum focal length of my Tamron 18-250mm "Travel" lens always fitted on my lovely Dynax 7D..at "A" setting + as I love it framed trough the "FastStone" frames feature...copied back to my very reliable last Built form Picasa 2.7 version.:P

Trusting that you will be delighted as I'm...:?

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Yes, delightful indeed as are the pictures at your photo site. That Tamron seems to be a good one. Good luck with it. I´ll test it since my range stops at 105 mm x 1,6

I´ll check the FastStone.

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Old Jun 23, 2007, 8:12 PM   #9
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Another backlit leaf study for what it´s worth


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Old Jul 11, 2007, 9:33 AM   #10
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Dear Torgony,

From today now with my last acquired Pentax K10D trying the built in flash the camera use the "X" fixed setting which is the shutter speed of 1/180 but I selected the F stop to 14.0.

It's from this "Japanese" smaller tree "Bonsai" is I recall the name well...:?

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