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Old Sep 21, 2010, 4:34 PM   #1
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Default First photos with HS-10

Hi all here are the first couple of photos with
HS-10. They are mainly around Split Croatia.
They were shot in SR Auto mode mainly as I am still
getting used to shooting. Looking at photos I would
say that a few are slightly out of focus but will hopefuly
get better as I learn how to brace and hole properly.

Just a quick note about Split. The city is over 1700
years old. There are remnants of an old palace that
is heritage listed where the Roman Emperor Diocletcian
used to reside over summer.

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Old Sep 22, 2010, 12:33 PM   #2
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Wonderful Pictures and if possible, please post more.
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Old Sep 22, 2010, 5:54 PM   #3
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A lil History lesson is always welcome along with great pictures. I'd be nice to see more. Nice shots and I can see why you complain about the blurry. just aim and press the button, if you hold the shutter halfways, and by the time you decide to snap, you will get blurred images. Just aim and shot!
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A lil History lesson is always welcome along with great pictures. I'd be nice to see more. Nice shots and I can see why you complain about the blurry. just aim and press the button, if you hold the shutter halfways, and by the time you decide to snap, you will get blurred images. Just aim and shot!
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1. History...yes. a couple of lines gives us context and knowledge. not a big paragraph tho. just a tidbit.
2. why would half-press make things blurry? unless you move after selecting focus. were these taken from a boat?
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Because when you hold the button halfways, your stabalizer muscles still react to the full press thus removing the focus lock. Continuous focus also is a problem. if you do a full press, it will lock and shoot without the pause and I have lots of pictures deleted from this. Now i aim and shoot. I halfway press when using a tripod or when I don't want a subject in focus in my center.

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Sorry. I can't imagine what you are trying to describe. The half-press is standard fare on af cameras.
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Sorry. I can't imagine what you are trying to describe. The half-press is standard fare on af cameras.

In lame term, Don't use shutter button pressed halfway, do a complete press on the shutter button. Some people make this mistake. Use shutter button, halfway press, when you want a focused subject not centered. Really, that simple! Another thing that just occured to me, DOF, he could go shutter priority mode instead for scene. or use the scene mode to prevent blurred images.

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