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3 great Photos of Double Shot

  • Subject: [PHOTO] [iris-photos] 3 great Photos of Double Shot
  • From: Lawrence & Helen Lacey <lacey@avalon.net>
  • Date: Mon, 4 Oct 2004 15:15:29 -0500

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DSC00001_30 This with my Nicon CoolPix900 A shade too blue
At the risk of overloading your computers, I am sending three for comparison.

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DSC_1254.JPG This with my amateur son's professional Nicon with narrow focus, but way too blue

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DSC_1257.JPG My son's camera -just about right. I didn't ask what settings, specifics on lens and camera, but I could find out. I felt fortunate to have it in a pot so I could bring it inside the house to open, avoiding any elm beetle damage. Also the top bud came out first.

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