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09-09-2009, 11:18 AM   #31
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K20 and DA*50-135. Must have taken millions of pin sharp pictures all around the world. Pretty foolproof combination eh?

They didn't reckon on Oggy did they.



Still, a Transit van 20 feet in the air is common sight---

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My great nephew.... He moves way too fast for me. It's easier to shoot motorcycles going 100mph than a 2 year old toddler...



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Here's one I took this week, sure wish it had been in focus. It's one of my own flowers.....praise be cause I can't grow flowers, but they did grow up and they did bloom.

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QuoteOriginally posted by MRRiley Quote
It's easier to shoot motorcycles going 100mph than a 2 year old toddler...Mike
Amen!
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What the hell is the matter with you people?

Out of focus pictures? I've never heard of such a thing!

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sometimes my best keepers are out of focus - i rarely delete while shooting incase i find a gem at home
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My great nephew.... He moves way too fast for me. It's easier to shoot motorcycles going 100mph than a 2 year old toddler...Mike
I hear ya!!! I took this one last week between rain showers -- it came out pretty soft. Last night I was playing with Lightroom presets and hit this one with a Holga preset. I think it makes it borderline salvageable.

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I should have trusted my K100d's auto focus.
But no. I knew I could do better.
Aahh what could have been.
I keep this as a reminder.
This thread makes me feel good to know that I am not the only klutz with a camera.



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