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Old 2nd September 2004, 04:30   #1
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We have just put up a guide that shows you how to get the most out
of your digital camera! We show you the best strategies on taking
pictures at close ranges to yield a clean, crisp, and detailed picture!

http://www.moddershq.net/guides.asp?guideid=15

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Old 2nd September 2004, 09:43   #2
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uhm.. enable "macro" modus and don't go to close to the object?

what more is there to know
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Larger font size.

My 35mm and 120mm old fashin Nikon lens could go as close as you want in Macro; not my digital.
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Old 22nd January 2005, 16:14   #4
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uhm.. enable "macro" modus and don't go to close to the object?

what more is there to know
I've experienced that it's not that simple :grum: (wich is why I looked up this guide again )
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Old 22nd January 2005, 16:16   #5
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apparently not the guide I had in mind

the one I was looking for strats with something in the line off: "by no means am I a proffessional or claim to be one..."
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Old 22nd January 2005, 16:24   #6
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got it! : MSI Mega Cache 15
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