Re: burning smell
On Wed, Mar 26, 2003 at 09:27:50PM +1200, criggie wrote:
> On Wed, 26 Mar 2003 08:37:37 +0200
> "Sami Haahtinen" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > On Wed, Mar 26, 2003 at 03:24:06AM +0000, Hugh Saunders wrote:
> > > http://h.arqz.com/broachfan.jpg
> > > [excuse the blur -photography is not my forte!]
> > The next time you take a picture, step back and leave some 1-2m of
> > space between the object and the camera. (i made the same mistake once
> > and got these instructions from some professional ;) It appears that
> > most of the cameras are unable to focus on objects too close, so
> > unless your camera has an adjustable lense, just step back.
> Or if at all possible put the camera into Macro mode. Most modern
> digitals have "macro", sometimes denoted by a little picture of a tulip.
> (Why a tulip? I dunno!)
hmm, tried that but it disabled the flash and the picture came out to
dark -was 2am and the articficial lights in my room suck!
i think the tulip means a close object, as on the other side of the
switch is a mountain.i [well on cam i was using]
thanks for photo.tips though!