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DukeBoxer

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Eric, now I see why your pictures are so bad, it's hard for you to get a steady footing with all those trays of plants around. I'd take the same kind of pictures if I was trying not to step on this tray or that tray also.
 
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goldenrose

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You make me feel better, I blame it on the camera, it can't be the operater!
Does look like a REALLY nice JF!
 
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goldenrose

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That's one I never had any luck with! The color reminds me of my Mystique, but then again MDC is a fairly dark one too!
 

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It's the photographer, not the camera...no camera could take such blurry pics!:poke:

Eric, why not take the pics from a distance then crop them. Your camera seems OK for distant objects...better still, GET A GOOD CAMERA!
 
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goldenrose

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It's the photographer, not the camera...no camera could take such blurry pics!:poke:

Eric, why not take the pics from a distance then crop them. Your camera seems OK for distant objects...better still, GET A GOOD CAMERA!
Eric - I'm not picking on you but I have to agree with Todd. I'm SOOO happy with my new Nikon 40X. It was soo fustrating to take picture after picture & delete, delete, delete. Another thing that might help - the background is in focus but not your subject, so 1)you're too close as Todd indicated & 2) if your camera has auto focus, it's got too many objects to focus on!
 

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Actually, if you look closely, absolutely no part, near or far, is in focus! It's just this skill I have combined with the latest technological advances in digital photography. :crazy:
 

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