Blue Frog at Zoo C&C

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  1. Skele

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    I took a much needed day off today from school and decided to test out my new camera. Amongst the hundreds of pictures I took, I am particularly fond of this one.

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    Any comments, commentary or suggestions about it would be appreciated.
     
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    Please crop in and post bigger so we all can see it. :)
     
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    hmm, a closer shot would do more for me. This far away dosent do much.

    What camera and lens are you running? (just out of curiousity of couse :D)
     
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    Its a Nikon D60 with the AF-S Nikkor 18-55mm 1:35-5.6G lens...

    Basically, the stock lens. Unfortunately for my poor husband, I'm already looking at lenses. He's going to hate himself for buying this for me... ;)

    I'm still in the play with it mode with this camera. With that being said, it is definitely a lot more fun than plain ole point and clicks.
     
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    Good start! as mentioned above, the resolution should be high enough that you can go full zoom on it and crop it tight for a better effect.
     

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