If the B & G have had a meeting with the photographer then booked the photog based on having seen samples of their work, it would be more than fair to say that they would know the quality they are getting.
I can't agree with those above that this a great set.
There appears to be some artifacting/halo-ing happening as well - particularly in #1 & #3 - probably from being over sharpened and it ruins the images.
How heavily cropped are these? - my educated guess is that it would be fairly heavily...
I reckon you may have mis-read something or been given advice that is just plain wrong.
You can't join two seperate lenses together to make longer focal length.
Where you maybe getting confused is that due the size of its sensor, your 450D is what is known as a "crop body".
AI Servo on, choose mode of preference - Tv, Av or manual, whatever frame rate you want, choose focus point for composition wanted, set shutter speed, ISO and aperture for desired result.
Good to go.
Here's another one.
This time from global credit card company VISA
20. When an entrant submits/uploads any material in connection with the promotion, including a Photograph (“Content”), the entrant, unless the Promoter advises otherwise, licenses and grants the Promoter, its...
Ever had a close look at the T's&C's for most competitions.
Here's one running in Australia at the moment.
Point 32 of their TC's & C's
32. When an entrant submits any materials via the Promotion including comments, recordings and images (e.g. photographs) (“Content”)...
Although it's not what happened in this case, this is the sort of thing that can happen when you enter photo competitions where the T's & C's stipulate that the photographer hand over copyright and all rights to the image to be used in perpetuity by those running the comp.
That's a good looking specimen.
They're fantastic animals which have received an undeserved bad reputation.
Always wanted one as pet and might finally be able to have one soon.
Not keen on the first pic - it's basically the south end of a north bound dog.
The other two look to be a bit under...
Some stunning examples of South Australia's floral emblem, the Sturt Desert Pea, native to the arid regions of Central Australia.
Most Aussies never get to see these in their natural environment.
C & C Welcome
Well, I did predict that.
That can't be a serious statement.
It's so far off course, it's in a different county
For the record, I really couldn't give two hoots...
I don't look at a person's post count or when they joined before making a comment.
If I'm going to make a comment, I don't care...
I was going to leave this as it was but seeing that I've been instructed to reply by a mod in another thread, I will do as asked.
I wasn't aware that there was a requirement to respond to moderators - that their decision was final etc, etc...
Was it? Really?
I thought I was pretty spot on.
Webs (formerly Freewebs) is really easy to use.
I've been using it since 2008 without any real problems.
I'm far from a technolgical genius and if a Luddite like me can use it and not stuff it up, I'd be relatively sure that anybody else can.
There's probably things I could to to improve it, but...
I think I know why.
Will try to remedy.
Edit - fixed - I think.
And just for good measure, here's another one.
Trains using a rail corridor - who would have "thunk"it?
No wonder I waited so long and didn't see a plane.
Wish I'd seen this sign earlier.
and another couple
Taken at 2006 (I think) Tour Down Under.
On its own the sign isn't that funny, but add some pro cyclists haing a comfort stop and you get
and this one at the entrance to Barmera in South Australia