Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by srivard99, Apr 2, 2008.
Here's one from last weekend...
Man that is fricken close lol.
And again from last weekend...
This little guy come hopping out from under the camper squawking like crazy...
Still out in the middle of nowhere..
pot from laptop teethered to Q (can't stop my cheating ways!)
*Yes, we found the little guys adobted mom* :smile:
my friend supposedly took this! GREEEEEEEEEEEEAT for the city of detroit, but oh well.........
LMFAO at the sign hahaha great pic Bramsy
awww its so cute!
my GF took this with her treo 755. she said she cut off a guy to snap this.... anybody see The Benchwarmers?
for all of you that don't know, this is Mr. Alan. he sells shoes. his best deal is $29 or 2 for $50... he's big around my parts of the D
ROFL I think I dated that guy in High School!
This "little guy" (baby duck) landed & stayed 2 feet from me while he groomed himself... (Lots of pictures)
AND this is why I can't wait to get back to the city & home....
(2 snakes mating & yes I stood there & took pix's)
*@ cheri...ZOOM LENS, baby!!* :wink:
Good shots Geekster...always wondered how snakes "did it" lol jk
Ok picture Guru's I have a question regarding memory card types.
What is your preferred memory card type? I gnererally stay away from compact flash cards due to bulk and being a bit more expensive. I'm looking into getting a Digital SLR here in the next week or two and I was wondering if I should rethink my decision to stay away from them. The other reason I stay away is I have seen several times where the pins got stuck in the memory card itself making it useless to use after that.
Anyone have any thoughts or advice?
It depends on what camera you get. Only the pro bodies from Canon can use both cards. I know Nikons use SD cards, but I don't know if they also use CF.
If you buy a 4 GB or larger you don't really need to change the card unless you area shooting professionally and shoot a lot.
I have heard about pins breaking on CF cards inside the cameras, but I have shot well over 200k frames and changes memory cards hundreds of times, and I have never had a problem other than with a cheap card reader.
I wouldn't steer you away from buying a DSLR camera unless you are not serious about photography, or if you cannot afford one, or you think it's too big and not convenient.
If you end up with a Canon DSLR check out http://photography-on-the.net/forum/index.php this forum site is GOLD for photography and especially Canons.
I should clarify I have a compact camera I bought a sony cybershot slim camera years ago and its been good but I want one that will actually take great pictures. I am not looking for a professional DSLR just one that isnt a point and shoot and one that can actually zoom in. I'm going on an Alaskan cruise and I figured if this is my only time going (who knows what the future holds) I want to remember the pictures. I shall read around the link you sent thanks for the info!
It sounds like a Canon Digital Rebel with the kit lens may be good your you. You can buy those at Walmart and Target for something like $600.
The kit lens is an 18-55mm and will work of for all around use. They you can get the Canon 75-300mm zoom lens that is great for beginners and has a pretty good reach.
I have it cropped and hanging up in my house.
nice work on both photos Tony!
We saw a random rainbow yesterday...no reason for it!
I like the moon shot
Thanks. Last night, tonight and tomorrow they are filming tranformers 2 at Bethlehem Steel. I am heading over there tonight.
Check out some photos from last night that others took. www.lvphotoclub.org under forums.
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