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Old Feb 10, 2011, 7:56 AM   #1
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Well she finally managed to get some photos with the new camera. The weather has not been kind since we got it, so nothing very exciting to show... #1 A painting by Jen...
..............#2 Close up of Berry's
..............#3 Close up of leaf
..............#4 Hats and scarves outside shop..
..............#5 Through the class our garden.....
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Old Feb 10, 2011, 2:44 PM   #2
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Hi There She !!!! You have done a fab job for your first go with the fantastic FZ45. If you do a bit of pp cropping, ie to crop out the signs and wall in shot 4, then you can fill the frame with the subject ........ like you have done with the leaves and the berries - really lovely. Keep practicing and keep up the good work.
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Old Feb 10, 2011, 10:04 PM   #3
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Nice work. Surprised the rabbit stayed still enough to get a sharp shot.
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Nice shots. And ditto on the rabbit comment. They are hard to photograph.

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Old Feb 11, 2011, 1:53 AM   #5
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hey, here are my first shot of fz40!

the pic is at ISOauto (500) and 1/4 sec. exposure @ 5mp EZ in iAuto mode

also i wish to comment about the content of the pic, here are the new sanyoo eneloop batteries, this are the new age of the batteries, have 1000 to 1500x times charge live and with extremely low self-discharge.

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Nice work. #2 and #3 cooled me right down, thanks.
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@Clonick
Yerh eneloops are the way to go. Good choice.
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geoff - good job, considering the weather condition. Good color and sharp.
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geoff-

Congratulations! Your wife is off to a good start. The photos look good.

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Old Feb 11, 2011, 3:03 PM   #10
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Clonick-

Welcome to the Panasonic P+S Folder/Forum. Posted photos are much easier to see and review is they are no larger than 800 pixels on the largest size. So you will have to resize you photos for proper posting.

Looking at your photo, it looks like you have made a good beginning. We will look forward to seeing more of your photos.

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