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    Hey i don't think the potrait images were too sharp for the Canon EF100. Its just right to my eyes

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    Quote Originally Posted by NovJoe View Post
    Yep. Too bad, I'm only so so with macro and still a learner with portraits .
    No worries. Potrait should be easier than Macros. Potrait involve more work on people and personality i guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by liarliar View Post
    No worries. Potrait should be easier than Macros. Potrait involve more work on people and personality i guess.
    I think my only mollers are the insects and mother nature .

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    Have to catch nature at its best. Have to catch insects before they flee. Challenging? Yes!

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    Hahaha... True. I guess we OT too much liao... hahaha.

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