Photography, San Diego

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  • PLEASE DO NOT CROSS CHAINS!
    PLEASE DO NOT CROSS CHAINS!
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  • ZOOMING  OVER  CHAINS
    ZOOMING OVER CHAINS
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    If you don't cross the chains... zoom!

    by matcrazy1 Updated Jul 23, 2003

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    I have a zoom in my camera, optical zoom - btw never look at electronic zoom when you buy/choose your camera, you do not need it, you may zoom the same way using appropriate software and in contrast to optical zoom you always loose quality using electronic zoom :-))).
    Top secret: my camera has 7 x optical zoom. WOW ---> I am not forced to walk too much hehe.

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    Photography

    by matcrazy1 Updated Jun 1, 2003

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    Look at my picture? Do you like it? Hehe.

    Be careful! San Diego offers a lot of sun (even in April when I visited it) so taking pics of architecture maybe difficult especially in a midday.

    Read/learn about black & white balance (if your camera has manual B&W balance regulation) or wait for better light or walk (don't be lazy, it's healthy :-) and take a picture from the other side.

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    Please do not cross chains, thank you

    by matcrazy1 Written Jun 6, 2003

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    Ok, OK, OK.
    Hmmm... sometimes it was not so easy to take pictures, especially of the old cars which were presented (and sold) at Gaslamp District. Although... look at the nest tip.

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