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emp you dont need a light meter, com on the one in your head should work great!

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your right alex.. i think i could get away without a light meter.. i can look at a situation now and judge shutter speed.. iso ect.. i only have iso 100 speed film though so ill only be able to shoot outside.. also the tough thing is with that camera is it isnt an slr.. the viewfinder goes straight through.. its crazy lol.

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Hello emp, apologies for the late reply to your thread, I’m trying to reply to everyone’s threads from now on at least in the Macro forum, problem is i come back from work so tired all i want to do is sleep! Enough about me!

These are great photo's no. 3 is my fav. The angle and the shadows seem the most natural. Keep up the good work.

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hey angelo.. yes yesterday i commented every photo in macro and in architectural.. its hard work.. but if we all do it then it will be easier.. maybe i'll just try to comment people with only 0, 1, or 2 replies.

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Big fan of 1 and 3, but 3 is definitely my favourite here. For me at least I think the shadow makes the camera a bit more comfortable to look at, because now my brain isn't distracted by trying to decide whether or not the thing is floating :D

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