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Old Jul 29, 2010, 7:43 PM   #11
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What a great present! And some really great photos too!! Great color and clarity, and very nice detail as well...
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Old Jul 29, 2010, 9:52 PM   #12
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Hi Bernice,

Actually in many cases the Exif only helps you to know what settings the shooter used (sometimes the camera too, if recognised) but often the most interesting aspect is left out and in it's place a long list of possible lenses - none of which may be the actual lense used !

Even if you are familiar with the poster you may often forget what (s)he shoots with (and what lense (s)he was using) since, at least in my case, I am on many forums and often forget the equipment used by each of the hundreds of posters !

It's also really nice to see the camera / lenses and sometimes the settings used right there at the top of the thread - without having to download photos to check the exif (though I often do that too) !

Kevin
Thanks for taking the time to explain Kevin. It would be a pain to have to download to get to the exif - I guess I'm lucky, it's just a click on the mouse with the Firefox exif viewer plug-in I use.

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Old Jul 29, 2010, 11:27 PM   #13
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Great shots from the birthday boy! What a nice gift from your wife.

Looks like you had some very fine specimens to shoot and as usual you did them all justice. I loved them all!

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wonderful series, really enjoyed these
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Old Jul 30, 2010, 2:49 AM   #15
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Very nice, Ronnie. I really like #3.

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Spectacular Ronnie...you are the master of macros! Great detail, great color!
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Great shots from the birthday boy! What a nice gift from your wife.

Looks like you had some very fine specimens to shoot and as usual you did them all justice. I loved them all!

Lou

Tnanks Lou
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Nice variety and well photographed.

The only butterfly "house" I have ever visited was pretty much a bust - I have had better variety in my own back yard!
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Lovely shots, I'd love to visit a good butterfly house. As it is, I took some small butterflies yesterday and had a great time doing it.
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