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Photography.13

The objects of your attention!

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{Photography.13.22}: Kai Hagen {kai} Mon, 21 Jul 2003 10:09:02 CDT (HTML)

I think you may have to change some permission settings there, Eddie (I think you can do that by folder/album at Webshots). I got this:

A problem has been detected.

You do not appear to be the owner of this album.
Make sure you are logged in.

Or, you can e-mail the picture to me, and I can attach on or both of them here.

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> I can't get either close enough or far away enough.

That can be really frustrating. When we when to England the first time, I had a couple of lenses, but the "widest" was 55mm. That was irkingly restrictive in a few ways, but none more than trying to photograph big old buildings in old (small streets) urban settings. I have to try all sorts of odd perspectives and artsy angles, and settle for a piece of it.

The next time we went to Europe, I had a 28mm lens! :-)

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