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    Quote Originally Posted by JBroida View Post
    maybe you need to get into some zeiss glass :P
    Agreed, good glass will make a huge difference. The kit lens is generally quite lacking in all the good areas.

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    My Canon T3i does amazing things, which is apparent from my pictures and I have no idea how to use the thing. I just put it into auto mode and start snapping away and I rarely if ever am disappointed. One of these days I will spend some time learning how to use it, and see what I can do in terms of tricked out pics.
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    As long as your camera lets you control (a) where it focuses, (b) the aperture on your shots and (c) you've got an appropriate tripod going, the rest of it I think really comes down to lighting and controlling what's in your environment.
    Len

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    The Canon S100 was recommended by a friend of mine who is a tech geek.

    Does anyone have a Canon S100? Any thoughts?
    Michael
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