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Great KellEy 2007-04-19 20:57

My first reaction when I saw this was to say aloud "Awwwwwwe". It's really captivating.
The colours and simitry are very alluring.
Nice crisp details in the silhouette.
I'm wondering if you considered cropping out the distracting posts on the right? Maybe taking away a bit at the bottom too?
Don't get me wrong though, I love it.
Here's a quick workshop to show you what I mean.
Friendly regards,
Kelley

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Old 04-20-2007, 03:31 AM
Leilani Leilani is offline
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Default To PJE: Hi Paul

Thank you very much for the useful information. It's spurred me on to try manual settings. I took into account what you said about the focus around 12 inches and agree. I definately need to invest in a new lens when possible. Thanks again. Regards, Leilani

See workshops http://www.trekearth.com/workshops/624571/
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Old 04-20-2007, 05:46 AM
PJE PJE is offline
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Default Re: To PJE: Hi Paul

The more you understand f stop effects and shutter speeds and how to use them creatively the better your photos will be. Instead of getting another kit lens I upgraded to the 17-85 IS lens which is amazing for shooting photos in the dark hand held. I could never shoot a photo hand held for half a second shutter speed but with Image Stabilization its very possible to get those shots you never could before. The other lens I bought was the Canon 70-200 F4. That lens is incredible to shoot with. Many photos in my gallery with that one.
Thanks for your kind response Leilani.

Take Care

Paul
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