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Old Mar 9, 2012, 5:03 PM   #1
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I *really* like the way this turned out.

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Yes, excellent. You should be proud of that shot. I kinda think you are having a lot of fun with the E-30.
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Old Mar 9, 2012, 5:14 PM   #3
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Yes, excellent. You should be proud of that shot. I kinda think you are having a lot of fun with the E-30.

Too much, I think. I'm letting a lot of stuff slide that I should be doing.
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Excellent from me also. When I try to shoot them outside they move around too much. I was wondering how you got that great DOF but fortunately the Exif is there.

It does seem that it's dangerous when some of you guys get a new camera...

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Nice gary, but on my screen it is just like the outside of the flower is sharper then the inside. Can that be?
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Excellent from me also. When I try to shoot them outside they move around too much. I was wondering how you got that great DOF but fortunately the Exif is there.

It does seem that it's dangerous when some of you guys get a new camera...

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Thanks, Ted. It does get a little unsettling, doesn't it?

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Nice gary, but on my screen it is just like the outside of the flower is sharper then the inside. Can that be?
It's possible. I think the focal point was at the base of the center.
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Different lens with tighter aperture. The focus point is on the front edge of the center part. See what you think.

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