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Old 28th of April 2005 (Thu)   #1
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Default Tennessee Bluebells

I took this shot in my Mom's front yard. I would have liked for the sun to be in a little different position but I like it. Please comment. Thanks.
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In case anyone actually cares:

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Canon PowerShot S1 IS
Av( Aperture Value )
3.5
Metering Mode
Evaluative
Exposure Compensation
-2/3
ISO Speed
Auto
Lens
5.8 - 58.0mm
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5.8mm
Image Stabilizer
On
White Balance
Daylight
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Continuous AF
Color Space
sRGB
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Nice colors, John. Just a suggestion, I think the picture could stand to be a little sharper. Hummm... that's the same feedback I get from the forum!
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Ladyhawk: Thanks for the reply and the suggestion. I'm just tiptoeing into photography and it's a really satisfying venture. I made the step up to my Powershot S1IS after using a Sony point-and-shoot for the last couple of years. I'm really enjoying it but I don't have a true macro mode, so I purchased the Canon 500D dual element close-up lens (52mm). It screws on like a filter. I used it for this photo. I'm really pleased with it so far. In a couple of years I'll have to jump up there with the rest of you SLR folks, when I get the $$$ that is .
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