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Old Oct 4, 2005, 12:01 AM   #1
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Just to show what moving a couple of steps to the side and also just rotating the camera can do!

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Old Oct 4, 2005, 12:02 AM   #2
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No.2 I rotate the camera
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No.3 Now I move acouple of steps to the left.
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I've been finding the same thing. It really seems to make a major differance with these digitals.
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Old Oct 4, 2005, 2:42 AM   #5
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I've been finding the same thing. It really seems to make a major differance with these digitals.
I just noticed you said rotate and yes big time. I've found just move your head over or change angle by afew degrees. This is why I have three computers, four printers and boxe's of paper. This place is a mess, It's good thing wood stove time is here. I can use all these picture's I.ve printed to start my fire's. I'll have to get pic's of that (lol)
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Just remember........Everything.......And I MEAN EVERYTHING...........is a photo OP!!!! LOL



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Good stuff there Dawg, and your advice that everything is a "Photo op" is a good point to remember.

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Good stuff there Dawg, and your advice that everything is a "Photo op" is a good point to remember.

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Pablo, remember the guy who said everything is a photo op is the same guy who photographed chewing gum on the sidewalk and who was gonna do the septic tank expose, until we all talked him out of it, LOL.

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How soon I forget Bob. Pablo's memory is getting bad when I can't remember the chewing gum and septic tank. Maybe I was just trying to justify some of my shots. Will try to do better in the future.

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OK, I admite I'am 30 years behind and a backwoods hillbillies, often called an old hippie red neck, living so far back in the hills that sttelite tv won't come in. So I'am trying to improve my life's situation. What is a photo op ? It's a need to know thing. It's amazing how much the red of the roof came out, the other thing that stood out to me is the fence wire
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