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    my first attempt with a Bumblebee

    my first attempt with a Bumblebee

    my first attempt with a Bumblebee

    all advice welcomed

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    2 penny for the guess..

    Re: my first attempt with a Bumblebee

    Stay AWAY FROM HIS STING

    And good work after all, #2 is "on scale" ..love the simetry there, but I might be tempted to crop a little bit from the top and right part.

    Leo

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    Re: my first attempt with a Bumblebee

    Manual or auto focus, Jim?

    I find that auto can tend to focus on the background instead of the bee; but they move too fast for me to easily manually focus so I get a lot of rejects

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    Re: my first attempt with a Bumblebee

    Manual Geoff,trying to use it more and more with varying degrees of success.....took me ages and these were the only 2 anywhere worth using

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