On the Sci-Fi channel huh?....Thanks MonkeyKoder!
Dunno who's the latest or whatever since I've been living in the USA for the last 29 years but we sometimes get it on BBC America and still enjoy...
OK Kavanaugh29, so what settings did you use?.....how'd they turn out?......and where's the sample pics?
Oh sure Mike!!
You could at least share your settings (great shot BTW)
Please pardon my bluntness but have you ever tried the technique you suggest?
If you have, please let us know what ISO and F# you used and post a...
This is a gallery to showcase Mrsid99's work.
Might be a little problem with that technique because you're going to have to be very quick on the trigger and probably have to use much faster...
As the man said: ISO 100, focus infinity, F8 and suggest you try shutter opening times of 1.5 to 2 seconds.
I used to make my own wine but I gave it up after I lost one of my Odor-Eaters.
It's called "tonic" when it has quinine in it, a remnant of the British Raj in India.
They used to take quinine to ward off malaria but it's very...
Check the difference between the English/American meaning of "jumper" when referring to an article of clothing....in the UK it's a sweater but one...
Your Geography is a little off as I remember it, the traits you refer to were typically ascribed to folks from Welsh Wales but someone from...
Started riding motorcycles on the road in 1964 on an Ariel Colt (200cc, single cylinder 4-stroke) and what a piece of crap it really was but...
Does an old ex-Brit count?
Sold my soul and became a US citizen 20 years back but I still have relatives in Norfolk.
(I appreciate the info' but I already knew that...I'm just far too lazy, so much easier to blame the keyboard!
So now ya happy?
(No librae symbol on an American keyboard)
Pure guess on my part but it's possible they swapped the +5v and gnd/common wires in the USB cable.
That would account for the expensive smells....
All kidding aside, why does it matter that much to you?
Pass on by and go to the next comment that means something and forget it ever...
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