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    Quote Originally Posted by gabriel;2662929;
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    Great stuff everyone. VERY talented people here.

    Miss Kitty, LOVE the sunflower shot.
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    I have many photos from my trip to Jasper but can't download them because I have no more space on my harddrive. So, in the meantime, here's a few more pics I took earlier this year for your viewing enjoyment.

    white orchids


    a field of "shredded wheaties" taken from the bus


    clouds over the highway
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    Latest pic, camera is 40 years old, b&w film and available light (sunlight coming in through the window)

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    fredlun: Nice to see your work as usual. Looks like you and your girl as doing well as well!
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    misskitty - I especially like your caption about the shredded wheaties. tee hee

    fredlun - good to see your posting- nice pic with a 40 yr old camera
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    Beautiful pictures, misskitty and fredlun. I wish I were half as good as the both of you with my camera.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rattus;2732393;
    Beautiful pictures, misskitty and fredlun. I wish I were half as good as the both of you with my camera.
    I agree with Rattus, I wish I was half as good as the both of you.

    I attempted to take photos of the full moon coming up through the leafless branches last night. I used the tripod and I think I got some fairly good shots.
    I need to upload them because looking at the little screen on the camera, I can't really tell.

    I want to be able to take good shots like that of the moon and stuff and I just don't know how. I should take a class.
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    For bright full moon shots, set the shutter at 1/2500, and f-stop at 16. It's usually a good starting point anyway. You will need to go o the 'manual' mode of your digital camera. The automatic mode won't do so well most times.
    Try a shot at 1/500, 1/125, and 1/1000 also.
    Also, you won't see more than an itty bitty dot of light anywayif you don't have a pretty good zoom on your camera. Post to let us see what you have!
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    Amazing talent! Misskitty I adore your pictures. I wish I could have your eye for beauty.
    Yup, with donuts!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by queenb;2733780;
    For bright full moon shots, set the shutter at 1/2500, and f-stop at 16. It's usually a good starting point anyway. You will need to go o the 'manual' mode of your digital camera. The automatic mode won't do so well most times.
    Try a shot at 1/500, 1/125, and 1/1000 also.
    Also, you won't see more than an itty bitty dot of light anywayif you don't have a pretty good zoom on your camera. Post to let us see what you have!
    I don't have those settings on my camera. It's a digital and has lots of different settings. I think I did fairly well for my first try.
    Not great, but ok. I used the tripod and the setting that keeps the shutter open the longest. I did zoom. I just liked how it looked coming up through the bare trees.

    I'll try it again, it was fun.





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