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The Fence Post

By PeelNStick
I am very happy to say that I have finally moved up to an SLR camera. I went out with the new camera for the first time today. Unfortunately, there was a lot of cloud cover today but I was able to get a few shots. I look forward to learning the features of the camera and taking my hobby to another level.

Tags: Rocks General Water Reflection Platform Quarry Landscape and travel

Voters: imagio, G3, jdenman and 5 more


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StrayCat Plus
12 17.8k 3 Canada
19 Oct 2008 6:27AM
Needed a bit more depth of field in this image. Try aperture priority and about f16-f22. Don't complain about the cloud, it's nature's big filter.Smile Also, get used to using a tripod, it'll help you get to the next level, as well as the camera.

There is a wealth of information here. Click on the photo, then click on the link to the back issues. It's not active, but it's still one of my favourites.

Good Luck and have fun,
Denny

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imagio 10 12 1 England
19 Oct 2008 7:06AM
Interesting shot

Bernie
jdenman 8 18 5 Spain
19 Oct 2008 10:47AM
Nice shot, I like the composition.
John
19 Oct 2008 12:16PM
wellcome to new area,nice n;o 1
Ayelet_A 8 11 3 Israel
24 Oct 2008 9:00PM
Congrats! Wink
The difference is spotted instantly. Sharper and a completely different quality - I think I want one as well Smile lol
PeelNStick 12 4 United States
24 Oct 2008 10:31PM

Quote:Congrats!
The difference is spotted instantly. Sharper and a completely different quality - I think I want one as well lol



Ayelet - Believe me the SLR difference feels good. On the other hand, if you can produce the great images you have been producing with the SP-560UZ theoretically you will produce even better photos. There certainly is a difference between 8 megapixels and 12.3 megapixels but the photographer makes the real difference.

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