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Old Feb 17, 2011, 7:57 AM   #1
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Default Some FZ38 shots I'm excited about

Here are some shots I took with my new FZ38. I'm new here (see welcome forum) and because I'm new in having a manual control camera, I would greatly appreciate any feedback, hints or tricks ^^

First day (a few months ago), sunny and macro time!




Time to try playing with Depth of Field (Bokeh right? Weird word)







Yesterday in some forest ^^

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Old Feb 17, 2011, 8:07 AM   #2
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I'd be excited too with shots like those. Well done, they are wonderful.
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Beautiful shots and the last one would look good in B&W also...
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Wonderful! Last it's my favourite
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Wonderful! Last it's my favourite
Edufloyd - nice tribute to Mr. Wright. Huge fan, here too.
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Rafal - I'm excited to see these too! Beautiful shots. Colors are just wonderful. Makes me want to grab my camera and go outside.

By the way, the word "bokeh" comes from a Japanese word meaning fuzzy, or out of focus.
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Welcome Rafal-

Thanks for posting some very creative shots. Well done.

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Your 2nd photo is astounding !
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Your 2nd photo is astounding !
The 2nd is also my favorite, very good job.

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Hi There and welcome to the forum and thanks for posting an excellent series of photos - really love the glasses & book shot - cool idea.
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