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Old 07-29-2010, 04:39 AM
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Default A look down her bikini bottom... original work

Hey guys.

So I went to the beach with my family and this girl was lying next to us. Had a feeling that her bikini bottom was a bit small, so I whipped out the camera and pretended to shoot the scenery, but I was really focusing on her bikini.

Here's the result. I think it's pretty good
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Old 07-29-2010, 04:42 AM
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I like those shots, I just wish my camera could pick up details like that (I could even read the book, is this in the US or UK?), thanks for sharing!
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Old 07-29-2010, 04:58 AM
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truly excellent pics ! what a quality ! I like thoese type of "bridge" on the beach ...

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Wow! What cameras are you guys are using?
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Old 07-29-2010, 04:32 PM
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This must be a very nice DSLR camera... there is just no beating the large mirror relfex cams... they are outstanding...
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This must be a very nice DSLR camera... there is just no beating the large mirror relfex cams... they are outstanding...


I checked the EXIF and it is a :

SONY DSLR A-300 with 10.2 Mpixel sensor - not very large sensor but obviously very good optics

taken: 2009 07 22 at 11:45

Exposuretime 1/160 sec

ISO value 100


and it looks like this

http://www.pma-show.com/news_images/...-dslr-a300.jpg



If you dont have Photoshop or CS and others and still wanna view EXIF (can reveal alot about an image) you can use this extension..

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if you are using Firefox you can install this addon:

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happy hunting

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Bronne, you've got it all figured out

For those interested, I was using a zeiss 16-80mm lens, and the pictures were taken at a beach in Denmark.

I wish I had brought my 75-300mm lens as well... could you imagine the details at 300mm compared to 80mm?

However, a 300mm lens might look suspicious on the beach

Oh, but the date on the exif is wrong... it's 2010 of course!

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However, a 300mm lens might look suspicious on the beach

I never found the time to be busy doing to learn much about photography and lenses. But mustnt it physicaly be possible to build a lense with a real short/tiny corpus but the same focal width?!?
Ive never found something like this...
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I never found the time to be busy doing to learn much about photography and lenses. But mustnt it physicaly be possible to build a lense with a real short/tiny corpus but the same focal width?!?
Ive never found something like this...
They do. Called catadioptric. Here's one: http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/produc...ual_Focus.html
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