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Alvar 9 23 2 France
15 Apr 2011 5:41PM
Nice capture Sally !!!
Alvar

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sallybea 5 41 United Kingdom
15 Apr 2011 5:53PM
Thanks Alvar, have a great week-end!
Sally
FeatherFriend 8 38 217 England
19 Apr 2011 8:26PM
Good effort Sally but the focus is quite soft, looking at the EXIF data I would respectfully suggest that you use at least f/16 and use a faster shutter speed to get one completely in focus, hope this may help a little,
Geoff.
sallybea 5 41 United Kingdom
19 Apr 2011 9:15PM
Thanks Geoff, very useful information I will definitely try it - guess a tripod would have been a good thing too - interesting - do you use shutter priority or aperture priority? I like to get my bugs on the move - more interesting but it comes with it's problems.
Sally
FeatherFriend 8 38 217 England
20 Apr 2011 12:52AM
Hi Sally, I tend to use aperture priority but also use manual focus, a tripod can be useful but does sometimes get in the way especially if you are trying to catch the little devils moving through the plants etc,
Regards,
Geoff.
sallybea 5 41 United Kingdom
20 Apr 2011 7:38AM
Hi Geoff, Thank you, always useful to have some constructive criticism and advice.
Regards,
Sally

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