Welcome to the Camera Talk forum!

Here we can talk about all aspects of photography. I think that digital and convention photography could both apply here.


Hillsboro, OH(Zone 6a)

Every time I blink, there is something new! :)

Bolton, Greater Manc, United Kingdom(Zone 8a)

This is a brilliant idea dave. I used to have a slr but now I wouldnt give my digital camera up for anything

Brewers, KY(Zone 6b)

Thank you so much Dave (and to oblambert for asking)I thought about asking for something like this also--last month when I was pondering buying a dig. camera.

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Spicewood, TX(Zone 8b)

Awesome! I've been trying to figure out how to take a picture of my purple morning glories and not have them show up burnt maroon! This is perfect! Thanks, Dave!

Seward, AK(Zone 3b)

Great idea. Thanks to Owen and Dave. I have lots of questions... hope someone has answers!

Lexington, NC(Zone 7a)

Thanks Dave, this is great, I have only been a subscriber for a short time and, WOW!, I have already learned much with the help of so many good folks in here. I am liable to make a pest of myself here cause I have so much to learn.

Mason, MI

Wow, is this ever neat!
Now I can make an "informed decision"
when I go out to buy a digital camera...
I can learn from all of you folks! :-)
Thanks so much for another super forum, Dave!
OD :-)

Benton, KY(Zone 7a)

I've owned a SLR since I was 16..(too many years ago to count!)
and am trying _very_hard to learn to like my digital. Somehow,I just like the film better..but then again,half of knowing how to get the best out of a digital is knowing your computer..and I'm sadly lacking there.

Thanks Dave for this forum....I will certianly hang out here.

Bolton, Greater Manc, United Kingdom(Zone 8a)

I initially bought a minolta x125 in order to photograph and catalogue my hardy geranium collection. However, despite using a macro lens I was always disappointed with the quality of blues. Some films are more biased I know but you are always at the mercy of the processor. Much film was also wasted trying to capture that perfect likeness. Now I have a digital camera the colours are spot on for the blues, though I struggle sometimes with the magentas and reds. I use digital focus for close up work and have a plentiful supply of rechargable batteries. I would never go back to conventional photography.

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