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Old 08-22-2006   #1
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Default Things that all photographers (wannabe photographers) should have.

emphasis on wannabe photographer (ie me :P)



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Ah, the old Lens Pen, eh? Well, some folks might object. I've used one successfully, but I have heard tales of those things scratching a lens.
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Ah, the old Lens Pen, eh? Well, some folks might object. I've used one successfully, but I have heard tales of those things scratching a lens.
I've never heard of that before actually. Seems to be doing an excellent job on the polariser at least.

Maybe the trick is keeping it extremely clean.

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I've never heard of that before actually. Seems to be doing an excellent job on the polariser at least.

Maybe the trick is keeping it extremely clean.

Cheers

Any thoughts on the picture? It was my first try at B&W

Nice composition and the image is clear yet soft on the eye....I like it

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What is that pattern in the polarizer?
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Ah, the old Lens Pen, eh? Well, some folks might object. I've used one successfully, but I have heard tales of those things scratching a lens.
you should buy a new one regularly, otherwise the chance of getting scratches is large.


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