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OK...I've had a crappy camera as long as I can remember and I don't know step 1 about taking good pictures. However, that doesn't mean that I never enjoyed looking at everyone elses and have visited this forum frequently. Well, last night I went out and bought a "nicer" camera than I'm used too and started playing around with it. It's no DSLR by any means but a better P&S. It's a canon sx20is and I picked it up at best buy last night. I started playing around with it and loved the macro feature so I spent the last hour in the yard. Here's what I came up with. Man, I can't wait to get this thing out to take pics of something worthwhile.












 

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Nice keep at it!

With macro it a good idea to put camera on a tripod and if the camera has manual focus use that to get a sharper picture.

Another good thing to keep in mind is try and keep the sun at your back. Morning and evening are the best time to be out shooting for the most part, when the sun is low in the sky.
 
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