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Old Sep 4, 2004, 2:07 PM   #11
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Hi there;

Bracketing means to take more than one shot of a subject, using settings above and below the metered exposure or shutter speed. This means you'll take several shots and (usually) get one that is usable.

The "shaky" hand means that your shutterspeed is too slow for the available light or zoom settings. Consider a different setting, use a tripod, or hold the camera very still.

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Old Sep 5, 2004, 2:15 PM   #12
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Old Dec 13, 2004, 12:54 AM   #13
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see the output of a photo enlargement program i have used with great success called imagener. you can find it here: http://www.kneson.com/Products/Image..._unlimited.jpg. hope this helps! -dh


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Great shot, Brian!

I don't know if this qualifies as a macro shot or not. I was in macro mode, shooting from about 15 feet away, using a tcon-17. (wasn't that your trick, Brian?) The morning sun was hitting the flowers just right, but the background was still in shade and is horribly under-exposed. Still, I like it. I find more and more that I'm attracted to certain qualities in my "bad" pics.

BTW the shot is at f3.6, at 1/750 sec.

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Old Dec 13, 2004, 12:55 AM   #14
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be careful how you enlarge digital pictures. Photoshop is inferior for enlarging digital images. i truly believe that imagener is superior. see this: http://photoenlargement.imagener.com
. i have used one photo enlargement program with great success called imagener. you can find it here: http://www.imagener.com. hope this helps! -dh
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Old Dec 13, 2004, 8:54 AM   #15
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I find more and more that I'm attracted to certain qualities in my "bad" pics.
Tom, I don't know what you could possibly find "bad" about this shot. I aspire to this level of amatuer photography. It is a beautiful photograph and looks like it was taken by a professional. Keep up the experimentation! And keep sharing with us. Thanks.

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Old Dec 13, 2004, 6:13 PM   #16
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heres a little photo i took in macro mode on top of a hill were i fly my planes. bit different to yours but i still think it has a nice look.
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heres a little photo i took in macro mode on top of a hill were i fly my planes. bit different to yours but i still think it has a nice look.
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heres a shot in macro mode tell me what you all think bit different style, but i think it comes across nice it was taken on top of a hill were i fly my planes.
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heres a shot in macro mode tell me what you all think bit different style, but i think it comes across nice it was taken on top of a hill were i fly my planes.
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Old Dec 29, 2004, 3:37 PM   #20
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I totally agree with you on photoshop's ability to enlarge pics. I know that it will make the enlarged images look pixelated and stuff. I think there is a way to do it correctly in photoshop, since its such an advanced software, but I haven't found the right method yet. I currently enlarge in psp 9 and will imagener a try.
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