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Old 04-28-2004, 04:07 PM   #71
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I love that first pic. it looks like the rocks go on forever. And the second to the last pic is sweet too. Nice work.

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excellent macro shot. It came out very crisp.
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Old 04-28-2004, 04:58 PM   #72
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excellent macro shot. It came out very crisp
Agreed, the only thing I would have done is to stop it down one or two stops, to increase the DOF. Awesome as it is though
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Thank you so much for the positive comments. I am getting better at still life.

Now to fix my problem with fish, this is the best one I took the other day. It still does not look right. (not mentioning the lint on the galss.) The color is wrong, I did the white balance, with the paper and all. Did not touch it up yet, so you can see the what I am doing wrong. Where do I go from here.
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Old 04-28-2004, 05:30 PM   #74
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I'd also like to say for the record...taking pics of buzzards sucks. The smell will gag you, and if you don't move every once in a while, they start to look at you funny.
Probably thinking of using their defense mechanism...
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Well...the color of the fish may be wrong cause of the flash, the bards have a very reflective scale and will give a different color under flash, sometimes, or were you referring to the color of the tank?

What were the camera settings?
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No, in this picture. It was the fish I was talking about. I will get back to you on the settings. I can't remember and can't find the info right now.
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Open the file browser in photoshop and right click the thumbnail and select file info, or simply highlight the thumbnail and the exif info should come up in the bottom left of the browser window.
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Old 04-28-2004, 08:19 PM   #78
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AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!! It tried to snow on us up here in Calgary last night
It's nice today, but I don't have a digital camera
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Dang, shooting bugs is hard!!! When you go hunting them you can't find them, and when you don't have your cam...your swarmed by them

I took 4 pics of this little guy and this was the best one, too bad there is a shadow on most of his body, I blew out his nose, and I couldn't get the eyes in focus...

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Hope you enjoyed looking at them as much as I enjoyed taking them
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1/200
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ISO 200
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