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By HuntedDragon
last of three pictures, was worth the effort for the learning curve, 3 different lens for the same or similar shot's, i've come to a definate conclusion that setting on auto's on a point and shoot can only give a standard range of images, just for the one fact alone of focus and apature... so DSLR's really do offer a greater 'control' on the image's you want to do (other than snap shots).

It's not untill the procesing that you'll see what you see, and it isnt untill you see 'it' that'll you'll realise, as as far as 'art' goes, or the 'art of'....a DSLR every time.
Auto's are handy cant beet actualy learning a skill.

Tags: General Close-up and macro Wildlife and nature

Voters: jools59, TheRead, lonely_oryx and 6 more

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lonely_oryx 10 61 55 England
29 Aug 2009 12:12PM
Interesting capture

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A Booth 15 11 4 United Kingdom
29 Aug 2009 12:35PM
good macro work, nicely presented.
HuntedDragon 9 118 United Kingdom
3 Sep 2009 11:13AM
thank you, after this i'll be on the look out for macro gear i think.

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