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9 23 2 France
15 Apr 2011 5:41PM
Nice capture Sally !!!
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15 Apr 2011 5:53PM
Thanks Alvar, have a great week-end!
Sally
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.
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
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.
20 Apr 2011 7:38AM
Hi Geoff, Thank you, always useful to have some constructive criticism and advice.
Regards,
Sally

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