WOW! Those shots by nygus are like right out of a National Geographic. Bravo Bravo!
Actually, that's not an easy thing to do without breaking something!
I remember ppl would write in with some errors with the Digital...
Did you happen to take a photo from the other side with the sun to your back?
^ fair enough. I still like the photo though. :)
^ I think 150kb should be ample for an 800x600 image.
^ heh, well it's about personal preference :)
I think what I meant is to give the photo more "pop" by increasing the saturation, not by adding...
As mentioned early, the FOV is excellent.. but I'd bump up the colours a bit.
As in how their prices, selection and quality compare with their Nikon & Canon counterparts.
Long exposures would be very difficult with a Lensbaby.
It would be REALLY cool if the baby had some sort of locking system once you've found...
If you do end up going with the Rebel XT, skip on the 18-55 kit lens... seriously EVERYBODY complains about it.
Mike is right though, it's...
You could try "accidently" bouncing the flash off Uncle Tony's cornea. That should keep him busy for a while. :lol:
My kit originally cost me $699 + taxes, the camera and two lens. You're more than welcome to price it out. You can probably get more than my $200...
I hate to say it, but I have a Maxxum 5 with the Minolta 28-80 and 75-300mm lens and I ended up just holding onto it instead of getting what...
Please forgive my stupidity, but where can you submit photos on Corbis or GettyImages?
Yeah, I think trying to fill-flash might be a good option to try.
For a while now I haven't been overly happy with the lack of colours in my photos using the kit lens for my Rebel XT. Short of spending...
oops, forgot about this thread! I'll try to get something up soon. I like it, but I haven't used it enough yet. It's kinda difficult and I need...
... just incase you weren't being sarcastic.
The photos are terrific! The website is just as Terrific! Great stuff.
Grimsby?! Where did you take these photos? I'm originally from St. Catharines.
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