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Old Dec 12, 2004, 7:39 PM   #1
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Out of 100's of shots of beautiful Christmas lighting scenes, I've only got a handful that are decent, which I will include. However, any tips would be appreciated for I've shot some scenes that even with taking a half dozen shots of them, none did justice to the scene.
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Old Dec 12, 2004, 7:40 PM   #2
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This one makes me think of the song come let us adore Him.
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Old Dec 12, 2004, 7:42 PM   #3
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This is probably my favorite.
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good jom jim..nice and crisp...very clear i can even feel the chill in the air
what did you say your camera was?
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Old Dec 12, 2004, 7:58 PM   #5
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Its FZ20. I've got to progress beyond auto mode to get better percentage of decent shots I'm thinking.
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Very nice shots. Great color of the lights, and the composition is perfect.

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Thanks Jazzmaster & Bob. Are you a jazzmaster? And Bob your picture of your tree, very nice , as well as many others. Jake D , some is blur or camera shake, some composition, but after reviewing the shots so I could answer your question: I think the biggest problem is lack of depth. So I think I need to shoot with a higher aperture setting which probably means I need to use a tripod to avoid camera shake. Will include a photo that seems to be in focus, composition not all that bad or good, yet it is so lacking, flat. It does nothing for me.
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Old Dec 14, 2004, 1:31 AM   #9
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Flatness maybe more evident in this one, Or is it something else? What do you think?
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