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Old 05-06-2013, 03:41 PM   #39
K-JUN
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Originally Posted by caseydog View Post
Read more about it, and read all the good posts in the Photography Tips and Tricks" thread in the Throwdown Forum.

http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh...ht=photography

CD
Thanks CD for the link I will spend some time there for sure.

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Originally Posted by landarc View Post
Everything that CD says is a good idea.

Yes, I shoot images a little larger than I need, and crop in. One source of light as well.
Thanks this will be the first thing I try.

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Originally Posted by caseydog View Post
Right now, no offense, but the camera is not the problem. Read, learn and practice. Improve your skills before buying a new camera.

Look at it this way, if you can't cook good food on a $150 kettle, buying a $1,200 BGE isn't going to make you a better cook. Just like cooking good food, taking good pictures requires learning and practice.

CD
Great advise and so true.

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Listen to EVERY thing the dog says. Also, it helps if the photographer is in focus too...










Not that I know anything about that.
I know CD knows his chit I am listening carefully. As for me being in focus that could the worst problem of all

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Originally Posted by BeaglesBBQ View Post
I believe you can use some old analog lenses with the newer digital cameras. I think Nikon lenses work but think you need to have an adapter for canon lenses. you would also most likely have to self meter the light. meaning the light meter in the camera will not work with the old lenses.
Thanks for the info.
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