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Old Apr 22, 2007, 3:40 AM   #31
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Old Apr 22, 2007, 3:44 AM   #33
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Old Apr 22, 2007, 8:53 AM   #34
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Wow, the eyes in the last photo..... Hold on, let me get National Geographic on the phone....

Neil, I wish I still lived in the north west in Washington state. I would love to go shoot some light houses. I also went out in the back yard yesterday just to find the dog was out there and none of the birds that were on my bird feeder didnt want to come back for me... I stood there for about 10 minutes as still as I could by the house just to have the dog wanting his ball kicked to play.

We went to the nature park yesterday. I only took about 40 photos or so. None of the fields are in bloom yet and the rest is mostly wooded. I've made that mistake before taking a photo of a path or stream just to find out all you see is a wall of green leaves with some tree trunks or branches here and there. Anyway, here are three from yesterday.....











Got a question for you guys. I was reading about the metering settings, they sound very similar but slightly different.... Which setting do you use for metering. Or do you chage it for different situations? Evaluate, Partial, or Center weighted average?

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Old Apr 22, 2007, 10:39 PM   #35
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Ah...you also know that famous picture on National Geographic heh.

Ok, use center weight to meter the lighting you want to set in M mode.

Your pictures are are well exposed, just meter the same way as you did.

Here a shot of the civil war for you, btw which side are you on? C or U?:-)
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When the battle is over both sides have to discharge their guns before going in.
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Old Apr 22, 2007, 10:55 PM   #38
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During my coffee break I spotted this southern lady, I grasped my camera and took a sneaky shot.
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Suddenly she turned her head and saw me, I was so embarassed thatI had to do something, I waved at her, I thought she ignored me but to my surprise she called her little girl to hurry up for picture.
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Theygave me a lovely shot like this.
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