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Old Dec 2, 2009, 7:13 PM   #21
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Old Dec 3, 2009, 5:53 PM   #23
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Hand held with a teleconverter? I'd have said it's impossible to get such sharp photos, but you've proven that I would be wrong. I know the shake reduction feature works well, but still, you must have very steady hands.
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yeah i'm impressed with handholding - if you have some tips on handling a lens this big would be useful info - failing that gonna have to haul my excerise bench and weights out of mothballs and work on the old muscles =)
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go to opanda and download, install their EXIFviewer.. this will give you an option to view EXIF when you right clik an online image..
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Opanda's is pretty good but PhotoMe gives much, much, more detailed information. And like Opanda's EXIF viewer you can right click on any image to use it. You really should try PhotoMe Roy. I think you would like it as it is an EXIF editor as well as a viewer.
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Hand held with a teleconverter? I'd have said it's impossible to get such sharp photos, but you've proven that I would be wrong. I know the shake reduction feature works well, but still, you must have very steady hands.
Practice is the key. I practice most everyday to get better at shooting handheld. Anyone can use a tripod but you may not wish to carry one with you all the time or you may be denied permission to use one at certain venus. I have three tripods and a monopod and will use one when I wish to be certain of a shot. But to get better at hand holding you MUST practice it.
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