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    Marinated Parsley Chilli Prawns

    mickeydownunder
    Tue Dec 04, 2012 12:32 am
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    SOOOOOOOOOOOOO easy....soooooooooooo yum!

    FANG was hungry! icon_smile.gif

    Hope you enjoy too

    WHOO HOO!





    AskCy
    Tue Dec 04, 2012 2:51 am
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    great looking prawns and you are working wonders with that new camera icon_smile.gif

    Steve
    mickeydownunder
    Tue Dec 04, 2012 3:10 am
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    AskCy wrote:
    great looking prawns and you are working wonders with that new camera icon_smile.gif

    Steve


    Gday and BIG BIG thanks too!

    Seriously, I STILL have no clue as have not had a chance to read or do the suggested tutorial!! DOH!

    having fun though and that's what life is all about too!

    WHOO HOO!
    AskCy
    Tue Dec 04, 2012 3:15 am
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    "read instructions" ?.. what does that do then ? icon_lol.gif
    mickeydownunder
    Tue Dec 04, 2012 3:16 am
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    AskCy wrote:
    "read instructions" ?.. what does that do then ? icon_lol.gif


    lol

    guess that's why it has not been on my Top 100 things to recently do lol

    WHOO HOO!
    AskCy
    Tue Dec 04, 2012 3:25 am
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    To be honest diving into the instructions of ANYTHING is never my first thought... I usually check the first few pages for anything like "remove the locking pin before switching on" (as that can make a big mess of washing machines) or "charge fully for 24hours before use"....
    After that I tend to go it alone for a while, more so when building flat pack furniture as the instructions have usually been translated between several languages, eventually arriving at English with badly drawn pictures of something about 4 models ago from what you've bought. "place side piece to open, ease fit to push hole long. Make good screw 3A till glue not end plank" doesn't really help much anyway.. Its easier to just work it out yourself and once you are getting used to the basics and find something you can't do or can't follow, then have a peek at the instruction book (then find it doesn't help and ask online somewhere.. )

    Steve
    mickeydownunder
    Tue Dec 04, 2012 3:31 am
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    AskCy wrote:
    To be honest diving into the instructions of ANYTHING is never my first thought... I usually check the first few pages for anything like "remove the locking pin before switching on" (as that can make a big mess of washing machines) or "charge fully for 24hours before use"....
    After that I tend to go it alone for a while, more so when building flat pack furniture as the instructions have usually been translated between several languages, eventually arriving at English with badly drawn pictures of something about 4 models ago from what you've bought. "place side piece to open, ease fit to push hole long. Make good screw 3A till glue not end plank" doesn't really help much anyway.. Its easier to just work it out yourself and once you are getting used to the basics and find something you can't do or can't follow, then have a peek at the instruction book (then find it doesn't help and ask online somewhere.. )

    Steve


    Gday and thanks

    I have just been enjoying playing IMAGINE if I knew what I was doing lol lol

    POINT shoot...pretty straight forward to me lol

    WHOO HOO

    Hope you and DW have a great day/night too!
    Zurie
    Tue Dec 04, 2012 5:12 am
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    rotfl.gifrotfl.gifrotfl.gif

    Steve ... that's me, too! I sat here this morning, full of good intentions, with the Fuji CD in the PC ...

    Oh my, it gets boring!! And then, so much is packed into this camera that I wonder if it REALLY matters that I do not remember one-tenth of the instructions about the photographic options!!!!

    What I WOULD like to know, Mickey and Steve, is which option to use to get the background a little fuzzy or blurry.

    I think, Steve, you said something about using Portrait Plus on SP1, on the Fuji ... But gee, how does one remember all these trillions of settings???

    It's happened for me before on another camera (crystal clear object in front, out-of-focus at back), just by luck. I never seem to understand modern cameras completely. drunk.gif meaning stupid and lazy. icon_rolleyes.gif
    AskCy
    Tue Dec 04, 2012 9:11 am
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    on the Fujifilm HS30EXR the wheel on the top for selecting things (EXR,AUTO, ADV, SP1,SP2, PANAROMA,C,M,A,S,P) select "ADV" and pic PRO FOCUS MODE ... thats all you need to remember ! icon_lol.gif

    Steve
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    Tue Dec 04, 2012 12:15 pm
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    Oh Yeah!!!!!!!!!!!!! Looking good there!
    mickeydownunder
    Tue Dec 04, 2012 8:41 pm
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    G'day and BIG thanks WHOO HOO

    Zurie

    Flashed used
    Lens 18 - 55 mm f/5 7-36
    Focal Length in 35 mm Film 86.6mm
    Exposure Time 0.0167s (1/60)
    Aperture 5
    F number f/5.6
    ISO 400
    White Balance AUTO

    Hope this helps

    I just point and shoot, changing the thingy as I go lol

    sounds very professional, doesn't it lol

    WHOO HOO!
    Chef shapeweaver ©
    Thu Dec 06, 2012 1:11 pm
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    Looking very good. icon_smile.gif
    mickeydownunder
    Thu Dec 06, 2012 8:18 pm
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    Chef shapeweaver © wrote:
    Looking very good. icon_smile.gif


    Gday and BIG thanks

    WHOO HOO
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