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Old Sep 2, 2006, 5:28 AM   #1
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One thing I have learned here...you have to be really quick!!! LOL
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Old Sep 2, 2006, 5:29 AM   #2
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No 2 cool eyes
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Old Sep 2, 2006, 1:08 PM   #3
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The first one is an absolute Journalistic piece - well done.
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Old Sep 5, 2006, 4:59 AM   #4
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Thanks for the comment nlp. Had a lot of fun with this little guy and I used ashooting method taught to me by Daren Leal. Great guy and great Aussie photographer. :-)
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Awesome shots!
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Nice shots!
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Very nice captures! I like the shadow...

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Old Sep 8, 2006, 12:10 AM   #8
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Thanks for the comment nlp. Had a lot of fun with this little guy and I used ashooting method taught to me by Daren Leal. Great guy and great Aussie photographer. :-)

If you dont mind, can you share that advice with the rest of the class?!
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Old Sep 10, 2006, 12:56 AM   #9
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Well it is something that you have probably already done before. I just used an wireless flash unit and placed the leaf in between the flash unit and my camera. If you can isolate the rear flash only that is great but some remote flashes will only function from a signal received from the small built in flash on the camera body. I kept the aperture about 11 and then got into position as quick as possible. Good fun to shoot but you have to be quick!!Just make sure that you completely cover the flash otherwise you will blow your picture out!! Have fun
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Well it is something that you have probably already done before. I just used an wireless flash unit and placed the leaf in between the flash unit and my camera. If you can isolate the rear flash only that is great but some remote flashes will only function from a signal received from the small built in flash on the camera body. I kept the aperture about 11 and then got into position as quick as possible. Good fun to shoot but you have to be quick!!Just make sure that you completely cover the flash otherwise you will blow your picture out!! Have fun
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