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you gotta use a tripod to get good indoor shots imho
or any shots
ill get some great snow shots here pretty soon
my friend oscar
you might try a smaller aperture for those landscape shots
to try and get the trees in focus
i find it looks cooler for sunset shots
very minor thing though
you've got a pretty nice area to shot the sky
i just recently bought a tripod
i didnt have one for awhile and it really hinders my motivation to shoot when i cant get sharp shots
heres one i took at a faire
looks like the first shot didnt post...
i like the others though
especially the moon shot
and big open areas are cool
heres a pano i made today
sure im sure
you can actually focus on a dusty filter in that mode :eek:
If you guys want to take closer macro shots i figured out a trick
set the camera to super macro mode and manual focus
after you focus on your subject you can zoom in to about 50mm and adjust...
great silhouette and dof
ive had my camera since Christmas and i agree about the power switch
defiantly getting stiff
i suggest setting the camera to hold the image open...
i really like the first two out of the second post
especially that little leaf in the first one
personally i think we should keep this thread for the s6000fd only
it seems to be a lot of help for people with this specific camera
however if you want to pm me any shots from other cameras id...
Here are a few I've taken so far. I'm not sure if anyone saw my first shots here.
Let me know how I'm doing.
very cool deer shots
i like them alot
Because of this thread I am the happy owner of the s6000fd.
Thanks alot for showing what this camera can do.
I was lucky to get one. It seems like they are now discontinued. My parents ...