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    Cool Just playing with the camera

    This watch just begs to be photographed B-)

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    Re: Just playing with the camera

    Those are great shots of a great watch Pete ..try closing down your camera aperture, that way you'll have a greater depth of field!( by no mean a criticism )

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    Re: Just playing with the camera

    Thanks Eric. I was wondering about that myself. I have a 4 megapixel Canon G2 which I use, but I just use the P setting. Not sure it has apperture settings. The wife has a 7 megapixel Nikon 7900, maybe it would be better. There is a manual somewhere on her copmputer.

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    Re: Just playing with the camera

    Eric,

    you are a genious. Used the aperture thingy...whoowhooo. man been taking pics for years and I now realize they could have been so much better.

    Here's a new one with more depth of field.

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    Re: Just playing with the camera

    Excellent Pete .... depth of field really helped .... so you going to redo all the pics in the book??? hahahahaha just kidding.

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    Re: Just playing with the camera

    Excellent shot! The extra depth of field really helps. My problem is always getting enough light (without glare!) to have great depth of field when taking pictures indoors.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dr Peter Millar
    Eric,

    you are a genious. Used the aperture thingy...whoowhooo. man been taking pics for years and I now realize they could have been so much better.

    Here's a new one with more depth of field.

    Pete
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