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  1. #31
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bald Eagle
    DiJ, thank you very much for the kind words. The D60 was my introduction into DSLR photography. I've had the Nikon Fe2 and the Canon AE-1 prog. in 35mm, but I've got to say, Digital is infinitely more rewarding. Thanks again.
    Agree. Hey film cameras give give great results. I love the feel of a full manual SLR. But having to wait for photos to be developed. Thats really a pain.
    Hows your chick doing with the 300d?

  2. #32
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    The Chick is doing good, shes taken as many pics as i have, but, and dont tell her i said this, a little slow in posting pics (lazy).

  3. #33
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    Talking Grasshopper



    It was a very difficult shot because:

    1. It was dark there and I didn't have tripod.
    2. The grasshopper were behind the glass so I was careful not to have reflection from glass.
    3. Restless nosy kids were around me They wanted to see my LCD so I switched to EVF

    I took 5 shots under BKT mode and selected the best one.

    Camera: C-765 with macro (not S-macro).

    Comments? Suggestions?


    Edit: I have discovered that it is better to use EVF than LCD because in EVF you know the exact amount of light you need for your snap as LCD preview is effected by the angle of sight (you and LCD) and surrounding light. Well, this is my opinion.

    oh! and one more thing. Save the image in your local HDD.
    Right click on it.
    On menu, click on properties.
    select 'Summary' Tab
    Click Advanced.
    Here you have all the picture data
    Last edited by Ali_baba; 05-09-2005 at 04:42 AM.

  4. #34
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ali_baba


    Camera: C-765 with macro (not S-macro).

    Comments? Suggestions?

    Thanks. I like the sharpness of the grasshopper in this picture. I little closer would be nice. Keeping shooting.

  5. #35
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    Glass Catfish

    A small freshwater fish with almost entire body made of transparent tissue.
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  6. #36
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    fantastic photo of a nearly see-through fish. very cool.

  7. #37
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    awesome shot BEagle! (the one of the coral)

    this one of mine is a saltatory spider (a jumping spider) at the moment of imapct with its prey--another spider. all this happened 15 feet up on the wrong side of a tree.
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  8. #38
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    ali baba--maybe you shoudl hhave focussed on;y on the insect on the right?!
    the other ones don't add htat much to the scene. did you use a flash? if you were in just macro, you might used some extra light!

  9. #39
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    you must have been waiting to pounce as well, to take an awesome photo like that. great capture.(pun intended) very, very, nice shot.

  10. #40
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    here's one of a spider: i accidentally disturbed it with my lens, then caught it, a lot of people liked it....i know, it's too noisy...
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