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    Drunk Macro

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    I'd steer clear of taking photos when you are drunk Sandy. You're likely to end up with a shot where nothing is in focus.
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    Fail.
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    I tried taking photos at the local horse races the other week only thing I can say is thank god for auto focus.
    How ever it was grate fun.
    and a hip flask in 45 mins is not a good idea either.
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    LoL I should have put in a better description my partner the clown that he is picked up a couple empty stubby s and put them up to his eyes I picked up my camera and snap this was just a fun shot I know its out of focus the joke to me is that him looking through the beer bottles is prob what its like looking though an unfocused close up lens filter + 10 the men in the shop when I brought my + 4 told me that + 10 is sort of like looking though the old style glass coke bottles so coke beer bottles would have the same effect as we had a few and snapping up the crazy stuff just for fun when I looked at it I seen beer bottles so drunk macro to me it would be he is so impatient even waiting for auto is not going to happen if it don't happen in 2 seconds flat its not going to happen its not about trying to get good photos I do want to get myself a good compact a little later for times like these that is just set on auto all of the time

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    It IS about getting good photos though, at least to an aspiring photographer
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    yes it is Kiwi but for a beginner happy snaps are just as much fun you don't keep them they just go in the bin I am going to try and get a camera for these types of fun photos but for now well it is the way it is

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    Put your dslr on full auto and hey presto, point & shoot

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    And for those of us who don't have the "green box" option?

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