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Old Sep 6, 2003, 10:35 PM   #1
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I never thought I could take a pic like this. Getting a new camera has made me dive into photography again. I'm so happy!

No Photoshopping except for crop.

Camera Model: Canon PowerShot G5
Shutter speed: 1/1250 sec
Aperture: 3
Exposure mode: Av
Flash: Off
Metering mode: Evaluative
Drive mode: Single frame shooting
ISO: 50
Lens: 7.0 to 28.0 mm
Focal length: 28.0mm
Subject distance: 0.280 m
Macro focus: On
AF mode: Single AF
White balance: Auto
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Old Sep 7, 2003, 6:42 AM   #2
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Ow Damn!!!!
I really love this photo!

It looks like he's sneezing

This one would look great in a frame
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Old Sep 7, 2003, 8:40 AM   #3
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What did you use to get the information about your camera on this picture? Is it from that EXIF or whatever its called? But yes indeed, nice picture.
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Thanks Melanie. To me he looks like he's engaging in a guilty pleasure. :twisted: Like behind "caught with your hand in the cookie jar."

UniSonBBS, I grabbed the info from Breezebrowser. I cut out some information that I didn't think would be of interest.
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OMG, is that his tongue sticking out too?

He's been a naughty bee, taking more than he can chew!
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Old Sep 8, 2003, 5:35 PM   #6
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Incredible! This is one of the many kinds of pictures I would like to be able to take. I'm going to get a Canon G3 or G5. Did you have to use a tripod at all for this(I don't know how you could get such a good shot having to set one up.. !)?
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Great capture Joshua.

So, this is the equivilant of Scarface in the bee world..."say hello to my little friend!"

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Maki, I don't even own a tripod. I'm a new G5 user like you might be.
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Maki, I don't even own a tripod. I'm a new G5 user like you might be.
That's great. I would prefer to not have to use a tripod(so much to carry around!) too often..unless it were for an absolutely perfect landscape shot, or something of the like. Just used to my current camera which has some pretty horrible problems with blurryness.

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