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    by paulheath » Wed May 23, 2012 9:54 pm

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    by muzza22au » Wed May 23, 2012 9:57 pm

    Posted in non critique so photo looks good to me.
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    by ozjeeper » Wed May 23, 2012 10:16 pm

    Fine effort. I too struggle with getting the focus point. I am yet to play with layering.

    I like it. :D
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    by muzza22au » Wed May 23, 2012 10:19 pm

    ozjeeper wrote:Fine effort. I too struggle with getting the focus point. I am yet to play with layering.

    I like it. :D


    Try chasing ants for the day and then the focus point becomes a pain lol. Flowers are easy to focus on if you have little wind and a steady hand and body.
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    by ozjeeper » Wed May 23, 2012 10:43 pm

    muzza22au wrote:
    ozjeeper wrote:Fine effort. I too struggle with getting the focus point. I am yet to play with layering.

    I like it. :D


    Try chasing ants for the day and then the focus point becomes a pain lol. Flowers are easy to focus on if you have little wind and a steady hand and body.


    Somewhat similar to herding cats I would think! :D Or is the artistic element of taking photos and herding cats one and the same? :lol:
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    by muzza22au » Wed May 23, 2012 10:45 pm

    ozjeeper wrote:
    muzza22au wrote:
    ozjeeper wrote:Fine effort. I too struggle with getting the focus point. I am yet to play with layering.

    I like it. :D


    Try chasing ants for the day and then the focus point becomes a pain lol. Flowers are easy to focus on if you have little wind and a steady hand and body.


    Somewhat similar to herding cats I would think! :D Or is the artistic element of taking photos and herding cats one and the same? :lol:


    Well easy way to stop ants is to introduce "maple syrup" lol herding cats is a totally different story hahah :lol:
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