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Old 08-25-2009, 09:13 PM   #1
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Old 08-25-2009, 09:23 PM   #2
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Old 08-26-2009, 12:15 AM   #3
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Baby falcon. Always see scenery shots figured i would throw in something different.
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Old 08-26-2009, 11:13 AM   #4
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i somehow managed to focus in to where the cage didnt affect the shot really. :/
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Old 09-02-2009, 09:42 PM   #5
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Mine definitely aren't as good as yours, in fact you can hardly tell what they are, but I got a picture of some nighttime altocumulus clouds.

I need a better camera lol.
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Old 09-02-2009, 10:01 PM   #7
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aquarium, it would be hard to find a camera that would take good nightime cloud pictures. maybe not hard to find, but more along the lines of mucho grande $$$$. that is actually a very good pic considering.
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We had Barnum and Bailey clowns come do a photo shoot for us. That's actually my film camera he's holding. Sorry for the watermark. I had to pull it off deviant art. My aperture library corrupted.
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Old 09-02-2009, 10:14 PM   #9
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Flake, that is possibly the most scary thing i have ever seen.
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I try Etunes, I try.
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aquarium, it would be hard to find a camera that would take good nightime cloud pictures. maybe not hard to find, but more along the lines of mucho grande $$$$. that is actually a very good pic considering.
Thank you although I am looking into a new camera however I won't be able to buy it until at least Christmas. What camera did you use? It looks amazing.

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Old 09-02-2009, 10:26 PM   #12
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i use a cannon digital rebel XT. its a fantastic camera, cost me about $800 bucks on sale.
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Wow lol I think I'll keep looking. Something between 100-300 bucks Nikon maybe Canon still looking around.
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id go with the freaking nikon man. nikon have amazing lenses. i got this because it was free for me. my parents got it for me for christmas. (im still but a child.) lol
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the lenses don't matter if you're looking into pocket cameras though
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well, actually (pushes nerd glasses up on nose) the lense is the most essential part of any camera, regardless of wether you are going to use it as a hobby camera, profesionally, or, as you put it, a pocket camera. nikon's have fantastic lenses, their pocket camera lenses can almost out perform my cannon. the only thing that even comes close to importance on a camera is pixels. (insert less than or equal to sign)
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i've seen my canon pocket camera outdo my 2000$ nikon macro lense sometimes. :P
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yah, not only that, but it does depend alot on the skill (not saying anything, i promise) and the situations involved. sometimes you get lucky, sometimes you dont. take lots of pics, and at least a few of them will be good. lol, thats my view. on my computer right now i have, 2000 pictures. and only a handful of them are worth anything at all. lol
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I shoot about 6 rolls of film at a time, I get maybe one worth actually keeping. I still prefer film

Working in my darkroom is way more satisfying that just drag and drop xD
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i wouldnt know, but thats exactly what i want to have. i just ended up with a digital, cuz i wanted to be popular (hahaha, its a joke, get it?) but i want a 35mm camera more than anything. even more than my two front teeth.
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