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  1. laxb0rder

    laxb0rder TPF Noob!

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    I took these pictures today using a point and shoot because thats the only digital camera i have now but i was using a lens off my N70 film camera. I hope to be getting a camera soon, and getting more into photography, but i would like to know what you think of these for now thanks.
    1- Not edited at all just how i held the lens.
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    2- I wish i could have gotten him to stay still to get another before he jumped under the rock.
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  2. Kristie

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    Pretty nice!! My favourites are #2 and #3!
     
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    #3 is awesome, I love the focus and the way you composed it.
     
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    I have to agree #3 is very nice
     
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    I love numbers 2 & 3. I am interested in the set up you used do you have a picture of it?
     
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    i dont have a picture of it bu i can explain i have a Canon PowerShot SD500 which is a point and shoot i set it to as mcuh manual as possible zoomed in as mcuh as the camera can optically zoom in 3x then held a 50mm Nikkor lens off a film camera up to it backwards at f 1.8 and got really close and since the camera doesn't have manual focus i locked the focus and focused by how far i held the set up away and thats how i got these but i hope to get a D SLR soon
     
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    Ok, sounds awesome!
     

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