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Old May 12, 2007, 11:09 PM   #1
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Old May 13, 2007, 4:02 AM   #2
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Now these are much better shots, what you need to do now is

a little bit of adjustment in post processing, some straightening

and a little bit of brightening in someto complement the scenes

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See how wonderful pictures the XTi takes, much better photos, that funeral home gives me the creeps though.
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wait till I can get a simga 70-300 lens :d




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wait till I can get a simga 70-300 lens :d



Ya and don't forget the sigma 17-70 very good lens, and the EF 50/1.8 ll and your done
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wait till I can get a simga 70-300 lens :d



Ya and don't forget the sigma 17-70 very good lens, and the EF 50/1.8 ll and your done
now don't be putting thoughts in to my head :d I need 10-20 len's lol.
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More photo's iso set at 100 I had 20 shots to day and oonly these turned out. maybe I'm trying to learn so much at a time?
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Old May 14, 2007, 3:48 AM   #8
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Getting better, another tip when your looking in the viewfinder

only press the shutter release button Half way down, the little

box or boxes you see in the viewfinder start flashing, wait until

they stop flashing before pressing the button all the way down

this gives the camera time to adjust the exposure settings.

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Getting better, another tip when your looking in the viewfinder

only press the shutter release button Half way down, the little

box or boxes you see in the viewfinder start flashing, wait until

they stop flashing before pressing the button all the way down

this gives the camera time to adjust the exposure settings.

:idea:..........................musket
Ah so that what that does. Very cool so after it blinks red I can shap the photo?
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Old May 15, 2007, 7:38 AM   #10
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I'm not very sure how the Rebel works, but I'm sure with a lot of practice

you'll be taking them like an expert. i thoght I'd try an edit on one, hope

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