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sunnymarcie

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I found another nice FREE web site, check it out here;

http://www.freewebs.com/tarantulas

You can see some of my new pictures on it.
Nothing too fancy yet, I hope to post more pics soon.:)
I'm still learning how to use my new camera.:?

Let me know what you think:D
 

skadiwolf

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i like 'em! :) say, have you checked out www.spidertalk.net? it's a free site and basically lets you have a My Spiders section where you can record photos, stats, molts, etc. about all your spiders.

i have taken full advantage of this for my eight meager trustees. ;)

i forgot where i found the link...someone that starts with a 'D'...lol. so, whoever you are, i give you at least vague credit. ;)
 

Godzilla2000

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I just need some tips on taking pictures of my Tarantulas without them being so blurry. How do you guys do it? I mean the pics look great on the LCD screen but when I get them on the PC they're blurry.
 

LPacker79

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say, have you checked out www.spidertalk.net? it's a free site and basically lets you have a My Spiders section where you can record photos, stats, molts, etc. about all your spiders.
I love spidertalk! That was the first T site I ever started visiting, and it's still my absolute favorite! You probably got the link from Delonigan, he's one of spidertalk's main men :D .
 

sunnymarcie

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Skadi, I have not checked out spider talk yet. I will one of these
days. Thanks:)

Godzilla, What kind of camera are you using?
Does it have a macro setting?
You could try taking a step back, sometimes that helps
clear up the picture. If your camera has auto focus, use it.
Lots of light helps too:) Thats the best I can tell you without
knowing more about your camera. Hope it helped a little:)
 

Godzilla2000

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Originally posted by sunnymarcie
Skadi, I have not checked out spider talk yet. I will one of these
days. Thanks:)

Godzilla, What kind of camera are you using?
Does it have a macro setting?
You could try taking a step back, sometimes that helps
clear up the picture. If your camera has auto focus, use it.
Lots of light helps too:) Thats the best I can tell you without
knowing more about your camera. Hope it helped a little:)
Well I got a Fujifilm Finepix 2650. As far as Macro goes, you're talking to a 30 year old with no concept of all this technobabble here. So I have no clue what this Macro setting is.

Oh and I love the Sig. Big Ren & Stimpy fan eh?
 

skadiwolf

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macro setting is basically the ability to zoom in very closely to your subject.

i have a Fuji FinePix S602Zoom myself and adore it. :) i think Fuji makes some of the finest digital cameras out there.
 
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