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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 01-13-2016, 10:11 PM Thread Starter
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new Emoticon with a Camera Flash

I asked for this about 3 weeks ago,

and it finally worked its' way thru the Work Order pile and came up on top.

how do ya'll like it?



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Used it already!

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I like it nice job with it.

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Well, John. The proper way to hold of a camera is to support the lens with an upturned left hand. All of a camera's controls are designed to be within reach when held that way. It also allows you to hold the camera steadier, allowing you to form a make-shift tripod with your elbows against your body, therefore allowing slower shutter speeds and longer lenses to be used with less blur caused by camera shake and lens movement.

Other than that...it's great!

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yep, I figured someone would notice that image is flopped left to right....



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No, it's not flopped left to right. The left hand is simply in the wrong position on the lens. It's very common for people to hold the camera wrong, the way the smiley thing is doing. Like the way people look at the back of the digi-cam instead of looking through the viewfinder.

Anyway, I was just making a joke about the bad form the smiley was using. It would have been a lot funnier to an audience of photojournalists.
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