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trix    1

ewww i h8 bugs :pukes:

goes and plays MK;DD again

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kairon    0
http://e.domaindlx.com/gigatexel/dragonfly.jpg

Taken with my old ass fuji mx-1200. :camera:

Whoa!We don't get insects that big around here, unless you count those insects that come out every so many years. Nice pic (Y)

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Shagin099    0

Took this camping over the summer - the fire fascinated me :devil: ;)

photo003.jpg

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HPMCommander    0

Took this while flying.

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Slouch    0

Since everyone is posting their panoramic photos, I thought I'd add one from my recent trip to the mountains.

mountainview.jpg

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Slouch    0

Wow, that's bigger than I thought. I can resize if needed....

Other photos from the trip...

2003-11-29Mountain%20Pictures2.JPG

2003-11-29Mountain%20Pictures3.JPG

2003-11-29Mountain%20Pictures4.JPG

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hifive    1

Been doing some Pano work lately: I wanted to go downtown and do this pano, but it was getting dark, so I just did it in my backyard.

BackyardBetter.jpg

Edited by Squibbles

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Timan    558

Damn your rich :| nice neighborhood,

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Agent Smit    0

Here's mine... done with a Sony DSC-S85. You can click on each thumb-nail to bring up a bigger shot.

http://members.shaw.ca/agent.smit/

Hope you like em! :)

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+chorpeac    30
no...i think if we have similar canons then the photostitch would be the same. i just stood in one place. the lcd splits to show the previous shot and then you can decide how to do the next shot. you have to overlap your shots so that it'll put the pix together correctly. the pic i posted was made from i think 8 or 10 individual shots because i did a lot overlapping.

Did you use a tripod?

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+chorpeac    30

Now either those stuffed animals are going to get eaten by that dog, or they are the dogs best friends and are being guarded!

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+chorpeac    30

wow that was a nice neighborhood, nice stitch job also!

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+chorpeac    30

OK I am not a experienced photographer. I would like to know what type of settings are best for night shots and shots that have something moving, like that water drip. Can anyone help?

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Malechai    120

2 night shots my gf took on her recent business trip to Montreal. Not sure of the location.

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Malechai    120

and another

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aem4162    0
Did you use a tripod?

no, i don't have a tripod. should i get one? they talked about them on call for help today...the guy had this itty bitty one and another one that was small but the legs telescoped out.....does anyone here have a tripod?

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rand0m.bullet    37

resolution reduced to fit

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iron2000    21

Don't really like snapping the great outdoors, I'm an indoor person.

Don't have a camera either but my sister has.

I like to snap plastic though:

post-55-1070351854.jpg

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j0sh    0

all pics were taken with my Canon Elph S400. and touched up in photoshop

Monterey Bay

101_0178.JPG

Friend's Honda Prelude at a meet in Santa Cruz

IMG_0638.jpg

Mountain Cruise pic in Santa Cruz

IMG_0648.jpg

nice macro i took

IMG_0684.jpg

sky.JPG

click for panoramic of Monterey Bay <~2.2MB

still havent figured out how to get rid of the stitch lines. anybody have some pointers?

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aem4162    0

excellent...the panorama pic is cool...maybe the stitch lines will have to be edited out?

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+primortal    17,320

Taken with Sony DSC-V1

on the ride home (taken through tinted window)

DSC00014.jpg

sitting waiting for the ferry to leave

DSC00015.jpg

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UnaBonger    0

Any recommendations on batteries for my Kodak CX6230? The camera is capable of using the NI-HM type or ordinary lithium. I'm finding that the regular AA's arent lasting me very long at all. Do the NI-HM type last longer?

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+chorpeac    30
no, i don't have a tripod. should i get one? they talked about them on call for help today...the guy had this itty bitty one and another one that was small but the legs telescoped out.....does anyone here have a tripod?

Wow, you didn't have a tripod when you took the panoramic? That's an excellent job then. Steady hands! I would definitely get one. I have a small one for the macro photos. I want a bigger one with the telescopic legs for outside shots. It's just useful if you need to keep your camera steady during a shot. It should improve the sharpness.

And a panoramic should be easy since you just swivel the camera, and it stays at the same height when it is on the tripod. The tripods have levels on them so you have the camera level too.

They aren't expensive and they are compact if you get a telescopic one.

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+chorpeac    30

Here is my first Jump into online picture posting. This was taken with a Sony Cybershot 1.3Megapixel

PinkFlower.JPG

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+chorpeac    30

Ok and one more for now

Macro_GreenLeaf.jpg

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