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Old Sep 28, 2010, 6:31 AM   #31
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Nice shots Rohan - it loos like the lizard is enjoying his lunch.
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Old Sep 28, 2010, 8:38 AM   #33
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Brilliant set of pics..
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You and your camera work well together. And you had some very fine scenery on your trip. Thanks for sharing.

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An excellent series, Rohan-

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Nice series! I particularly like the first butterfly shot.
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Rohan - These are stunningly beautiful!
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Old Sep 29, 2010, 12:54 AM   #38
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Thank you everyone, these were taken at the Bombay Port Trust Gardens here in Bombay, India.
However, i do have one question - i faced some focus issues while shooting, for some close ups, the Auto Focus just wouldn;t focus and i could see a blurry image through the viewfinder, whay was that? Was i too close? Or was i doing something wrong?
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For close-up, I find that point focus setting works the best.
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Old Sep 29, 2010, 8:40 AM   #40
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It sounds like you were too close.
Saly is correct - spot focus will give you better "accuracy".
Also certain "zoom" levels require you be a certain distance away before it will focus. Usually information in red letters will blink and tell you the minimum distant.

When that happens to me and it won't focus I take a small step back.
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