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Old May 6, 2008, 8:43 AM   #91
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Sleeping beauty. My youngest cat have fallen dead asleep over the potin witch I´ve plantedcatnip :-)

Very cute. And a good picture also.
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The second pic is really good. What kind of bird?

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Old May 13, 2008, 6:18 PM   #94
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The first Monarch of the year, resting after laying eggs.
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Old May 14, 2008, 10:53 PM   #95
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Okay, I'm not a pro like the rest of you. But I love my new camera. I only had it 3 days. Can't wait to learn more!




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Old May 14, 2008, 11:29 PM   #96
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Okay, I'm not a pro like the rest of you. But I love my new camera. I only had it 3 days. Can't wait to learn more!



Looks to me like you will go far. You have the basics down pat: Cute or interesting subjects in a well composed shot. The rest of it is just technical stuff anyway.
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Old May 15, 2008, 3:16 PM   #97
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Thanks Steve. I could have done better with the window pic..but I got really excited. :-)

Can't wait to learn the tech stuff. I want to learn to do the tail light streaks, not sure what that is really called. But where you take a pic of a road and the tail lights....Oh I'm sure you all know what I mean:-)



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You lost me, but I´m no expert.

I really like your window pic, If it could have been more straight on anda bitfurther away from the window, but it still is a great pic.. Like the idea that you shoot something through a window and capture the world beyond, but still see the room within.

The little girl is cute but could be more sharp, so here comes a question for everyone. When I reduce the size of my pictures I almost everytime notice a loss in sharpness. Is that my camera or computer, or does anyone experience the same? Or if it is so, why?

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Thanks Steve. I could have done better with the window pic..but I got really excited. :-)

Can't wait to learn the tech stuff. I want to learn to do the tail light streaks, not sure what that is really called. But where you take a pic of a road and the tail lights....Oh I'm sure you all know what I mean:-)



Thanks again
I think that is just called long exposure. You set the camera on something stable or use a tripod, set the exposure for a few seconds or longer, and use the timer so you don't rock camera at all pressing the shutter.
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Thanks Steve...your're the best

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