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Old 03-19-2008, 04:03 PM   #241
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What Camera do you use? Filters. Shutter speeds, etc...
You ask me that every time I post pics.

Canon 20D. 2nd and 3rd shots I used a polarizer. I'm too lazy to look up the shutter speeds etc right now.
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Diemen, you are a truly talented photographer. Your photos always take my breath away and make me wish I was equally talented.
Thanks. I have to say, digital makes it a lot easier to learn about photography and progress faster - you might be surprised how much talent you have if you just decide to go out and take pictures regularly.

And Lies, I really like your macro shots - especially the one with the morning dew (or sprinkler mist) and the closeup of the blades of grass. Cool stuff.
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I really like this one.
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Old 03-19-2008, 04:17 PM   #244
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Thanks. I have to say, digital makes it a lot easier to learn about photography and progress faster - you might be surprised how much talent you have if you just decide to go out and take pictures regularly.
That's true. Practice makes you if not perfect but certainly a whole lot better in photography. The more you take pictures, the more you learn and the more you want to photograph. It's a very nice addiction for sure
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Old 03-19-2008, 04:49 PM   #245
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Lies, I know what you mean about the sludge in the back yard. Every time we take bird seed to the feeder in the back yard, there's this squish squish squish sound as we sink in up to our ankles. More rain on the way, too.
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Old 03-19-2008, 05:19 PM   #246
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I am working on a "Coffee Table Book" and hope to have it released by the summer. My future projects are People and their Faith and Portraits
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Diemen, you are a truly talented photographer. Your photos always take my breath away and make me wish I was equally talented.
Diemen has skillz. Love your latest pics.

So many great pics here, more great bosnian pics, love the south african pics, the gods spire which ive never seen, liesjes pics of the flowers/grass blades. Justin love your Bodie pics and the daisy one, your coffee book idea sounds v interesting. Mandy1973 love your rainforest pic and MsPurrl its looks lovely and green near you.

great pics everyone.
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Pics I took this afternoon at the back of my house.






I love winter! I wish the snow could stay forever.
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And Lies, I really like your macro shots - especially the one with the morning dew (or sprinkler mist) and the closeup of the blades of grass. Cool stuff.
Thanks! That means a lot, coming from you.

I bought another camera today, it's a Canon A460 and it's only $99, but the super macro on this thing....I LOVE it! That's what I took my other macro pics with. My new expensive camera can't do a super macro like that with the lens it came with, and I figured I'd pay as much for an adapter as I would for this camera. Now Phil can have a camera too (as long as I'm not shooting macros).

I bought this cam for my mom last year and love the pics I took with it

















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Awesome.

I've been meaning to get a true macro lens for the longest time, but there's always something else that comes first. Though one of mine gets pretty close:



Full size, the detail in the petals is amazing.
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Question for you photographers out there...I'm going to buy my camera in a couple of days but I'm still not sure about which kind I should buy. Canon, Nikon, Samsung?
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I love winter! I wish the snow could stay forever.
Wow! Did you do that yourself? Beautiful!
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