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1st nice picture

burtsun wrote in post #14115797external link
All my photos are taken by using a flitter from China. It's cheap but effective. Good things need to be shared.

using the flitter, I can catch more details.

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That came out nice!

Post #2, Mar 22, 2012 03:15:33


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Glad you like it. There will be other photos.

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Here's one.

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Interesting subject and composition.
What's up with that background? It looks very heavily pixelated.

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Tom Reichner wrote in post #14146194external link
Interesting subject and composition.
What's up with that background? It looks very heavily pixelated.

To post here, I photoshoped this picture, maybe I just over-zipped this picture to be small enough to post here.

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a new one

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Check out this link, a post from "The Boss":

http://photography-on-the.net ...php?p=6422710&postc​ount=1

Post #8, Mar 28, 2012 01:20:00


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