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Old Feb 16, 2014, 12:53 AM   #11
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Thanks RA, I appreciate your comments, I am getting a bit anxious for summer to happen, it should be a fun time. I'm learning to work with the histogram for exposure, I've the best tutor in Greg C. and I am becoming comfortable using the histogram with fixed/set ISO.

I just about have all the gear sorted out, first will be the wildflowers and the 35mm MACRO and m40-150 + MEIKE tubes should be great for the itsy-bitsy ones that most people at the parks never see.
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Very impressive shots. I like the 14-54 as represented here.
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Old Feb 17, 2014, 1:04 PM   #13
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the digi-TC is very impressive as is your composition and exposure Bob! I am looking forward to seeing the Butterflies and dragon flies you shoot this summer with the new gear.
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