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Old Sunday 24th July 2005, 15:24   #1
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My FZ20 Pic's Comment's Welcomed

Hi all,You guy's certainly seem to know what your talking about when it comes to the panasonic range,
Would you take a look at my pic's mainly birds,animals,wildlife

http://www.flickr.com/photos/tony275/

any advice on how to take better pic's welcomed.

many Thanks Tony
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Old Sunday 24th July 2005, 18:40   #2
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Looking through your photos I'd say you've got to grips with the FZ20 very well. I have one too, but I'm not that struck on it's macro suitability - you though have taken some very nice butterflies and caterpillar shots.

As for advice on composition and settings for photos it's not a bad idea to have a look through some of the Bird Forum Gallery photos. The eye catching ones usually have good compostion and are in good settings not just technically good. Just take note and try to emulate the ones you like.
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Old Friday 29th July 2005, 11:40   #3
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I don't have the panasonic so can't comment directly but you don't seem to be doing too much wrong as far as I can see. Ian's advice seems sound.

Looking at the caterpillar shot though, I'm minded to agree with Ian about the macro capabilities which doesn't look as good as the macro on my Nikon Coolpix 4500.
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The quality of the photographs taken with today's digicams just keeps getting better and better!
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Old Friday 26th August 2005, 06:23   #5
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Thanks for the comments and advice,Much appreciated.

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