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Truly awesome, Leo!

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I came across a "Sunset" setting on my Kodak EasyShare. I know I swore I'd never do this again but, after seeing yours, I had to give it another try. From the first disc:

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Wow! Those are first rate and truly cool, Michael. It think you've got your groove back!

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Thanks, Bob. Honestly, I don't think I ever had the "groove," but this setting comes closer than anything else I've tried. Too bad the camera doesn't have any manual options.


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Nice shooting Michael!!!

I have to agree with Bob... you had some very good screen shots in the past.

Just keep on shooting... I think that setting works.

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Thanks, Bob. Honestly, I don't think I ever had the "groove," but this setting comes closer than anything else I've tried. Too bad the camera doesn't have any manual options.

Your shots are way more focused than my camera's, on auto. My camera's auto setting gives me totally unfocused pictures, as it seems to get confused by the view screen not actually being the CRT screen, and the CRT screen being what is actually producing the picture. I have to very carefully manually focus mine, and it is really tedious because there is no numbering system for a starting point on each focusing run. Once you get it close, you don't get to know exactly what number that is, so you can go forward or back 2 steps to get it better. You have to go back and forth simply by pushing the button very carefully and abruptly, and counting clicks.

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