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09-18-2003 12:12 PM
ddaquaria Rossi32s, i like what your camera can do. Here is a picture from my Sony F707 5MP.

Have you done any color correcting with Photoshop. I recommend "The photoshop book for digital photographers". It is a step by step guide to making your digital photos even better after you have taken the shot.
09-16-2003 12:11 AM
evan regular land.
09-15-2003 10:40 PM
rossi32s aquatic or just regular land?
09-15-2003 09:11 PM
evan nice pic. do you happen to have any intersting landscape pics? i like those.
09-15-2003 04:24 AM
rossi32s Decent Shot...

Main Information
Make : Canon
Model : Canon EOS 10D
ExposureTime : 1/90Sec
FNumber : F5.6
ISOSpeedRatings : 400
09-14-2003 10:58 PM
rossi32s it's a decent "prosumer" camera... good enough for a PRO easy enough to use for the general comsumer.

09-14-2003 03:01 PM
evan what do you think about the canon powershot G5? its not as expensive but still a good deal of money.
09-14-2003 02:57 PM
evan yea. but the lizard still looked weird. i already know about depth of field and the lizard's head just looks funny. anyways its just a test picture.
09-14-2003 05:37 AM
rossi32s the lizard was shot with a very shallow depth of field...

a good sit to read about cameras is

the my camera was $1499 without the lens. I have 2 lensed ~$500 each and a $300 hotshoe flash.. saving up to get a remote flash for aquatic pics.

One thing different about this cam and the rest... I have taken over 500 pictures and have only charged the battery 2x.
09-14-2003 05:30 AM
evan man... i wish i had a camera like that. how much did it cost you? im just getting into digital photography. ive been hanging out at i think its a pretty good site even though its slow and has an ugly interface. i have a 300 dollar camera point and shoot so i can learn basic photography. i have never taken pictures in my life... decent pictures that is. right now im just focusing on composition cuz i don't have all those cool manual functions, but with some quick photoshop stuff i can make it look like a fancy camera's work. depth of field, etc.
09-14-2003 05:24 AM
evan haha. interesting. that lizard picture looks weird. :shock:
09-14-2003 03:23 AM
rossi32s EOS 10D sample Pics:

These are just some NON Aquaia sample pics.

!!WARNING!! each image is 2-3 megs.

Time Lapse Lightning Sample:

09-13-2003 09:04 PM
rossi32s I'll PM you some links to some full res pics tonight....

09-13-2003 03:19 PM
ddaquaria Sweet, the 10D

I'm looking forward to more of your pictures, since that is a camera that I have my eye own as well. I currently shoot with a Sony F707, but would like the interchangeable lenses of the 10D more.

SWEET :shock:
09-13-2003 01:27 PM
rossi32s Buck,

It's a Canon EOS 10D digital SLR. 6.11MP

Im learning from this site:
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