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Old 06-09-2010, 11:48 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by PinkieMoscow View Post
^ugh, yah I got the email too =P. BTW guys, I find it hard to focus on things that are further away. Often times I think I've taken an amazing picture but when I take it home I find that I focused on something else other than what I wanted to focus on. Is there some way to get around this? I'll try to find a picture that shows what I'm talking about.

Edit: here is a good example.

Yeah the camera is focusing just below where the birds are. I dont know much about sonys but on my camera you can pick where you want to focus.


BTW that pic has some potential. Your Iso was set too high though, thats whats giving you the grain.
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