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    Quote Originally Posted by denniskee
    great shot, wah, 1 day improve so much liao, can become pro in 10 days already.
    Quote Originally Posted by mega32
    Fantastic
    As the saying goes: " Its the photographer and not the equipment ".
    thanks so much for your compliments, without the comments and suggestions here I would be clueless in taking these pics.

    kazuya... same figurines!!

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    Experimenting with my Lumix FZ5
    Last edited by Vstrom; 22nd May 2005 at 12:18 PM.

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    hi vstrom, may be you can start a new thread
    photography makes one sees things from all angles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by contacted
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    sorry but this is a newbie question, what does a close up filter do? i'm guessing it increases the minimum focus distance? i just have to find the correct diameter of my lenses(18-70 and 50 f/1.8) ? or izzit better to get an adapter to reverse the 50mm into a macro lens?
    can anybody offer any advice? thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by contacted
    can anybody offer any advice? thanks
    A Close-up filter simply allow you to go "close up" to your subject. IE your lens has a minimum focus distance of say, 0.5m, then at that distance, you can't hit the right frame for your subject. So a close up filter will allow you to go up to say, 0.2m, to shoot nearer.

    Disclamier;
    A simple logic. the actual distance may varies according to lens and filter used.

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    omg Tenjou Tenge! 天上天下

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bluestrike
    A Close-up filter simply allow you to go "close up" to your subject. IE your lens has a minimum focus distance of say, 0.5m, then at that distance, you can't hit the right frame for your subject. So a close up filter will allow you to go up to say, 0.2m, to shoot nearer.

    Disclamier;
    A simple logic. the actual distance may varies according to lens and filter used.
    cool... thanks blue...

    Quote Originally Posted by daffodilistic
    omg Tenjou Tenge! 天上天下
    hehehehehe u also watched the anime... cool eh

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