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andrewthomasclifton
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I just got my 40D yesterday, and I just joined this forum today after reading so much good information from so many people

I really like the fact that i can do ISO 1600 easy with very little grain. beautiful

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Post #1, Jan 24, 2008 19:49:31


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not sure about the first one but I like all the others.

Post #2, Jan 24, 2008 22:42:00


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Welcome to the forum, im sure you will learn a lot here, at least I have. #3 is my favourite, I like it because you were getting creative and trying something a little different. nice shots.

Post #3, Jan 24, 2008 23:12:27


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mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

they all look yummy!

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first one would be cool if it had something in the cup that had some color. liek some coffee or tea or something

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I want that shrimp!

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I'm also planning some food photo for a local cafe, too. I love how the pictures set up, although, I would put just a little less blur to the photo. If you are using your f/1.8, I will try maybe f/2 or smaller...just to get a smoother blur.

On the 1st one, no blur will be better (this is just a little bit personal, haha)

over all, I love to eat them...haha
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Well for your first go...I think there bloody brilliant, if i was getting anything close to that on my first go i'd be chuffed!

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I love them all except the first one. The second one is my favorite though.

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i like them but they could use a little more contrast

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Yeah the 2nd one is my favorite as well it has the most apealling DOF for my eye....

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thanks everyone, seriously. im taking it all in and just learning as I go
im not new to photography but i am new to canon, so thanks for all your help

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