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Old Jul 12, 2005, 2:32 AM   #1
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A wide angle lens and some zoom make for an interesting photo.


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Good shots Dawg of a fine bunch of kids.

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Good effect Dawg, caught the moments well.I can`t do that with the Raynox wide angle that I have,

you can use it with full zoom,which pretty much defeats the object tho.



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Old Jul 12, 2005, 9:25 PM   #9
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Almost like a wedding filter effect. Nice shots, Dawg. And a fine looking bunch of Gran chilluns. It looks like they take after Mrs. Dawg, Don't it? LOL

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Good work inmaking the most ofthe zoom limitations of the Kodak wide-angle, Dawg. A well known principle in marketing... take a limitation in a product and sell it as a feature.

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