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Old 16th March 2008
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What the E3 was made for

Low level shot of daffs in field. Flip out screen very handy!


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very nice shot David .





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Lovely image with the just the sky as a background.

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Re: What the E3 was made for

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Low level shot of daffs in field. Flip out screen very handy!


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Hmmm.. I take it you can tell E3 Owners because of their clean knees

Like the daffs and the sky.. Would have liked to see a little more stalk

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Re: What the E3 was made for

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Could not agree more,no more dirty knees.

Heres one of my own on the same subject but on a much darker day.





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Hmmm.. I take it you can tell E3 Owners because of their clean knees

Like the daffs and the sky.. Would have liked to see a little more stalk

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The E3 does not prevent mud on knees, but it does make taking the picture easier. Its an age thing.
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The E3 does not prevent mud on knees, but it does make taking the picture easier. Its an age thing.
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I bet it saves getting a crick in your neck or straining your back, though. Maybe you can't spot an E3 owner by clean knees, but I bet there are times you can spot a Canon or Nikon owner by their neck support collar!

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The point of the E3 is that it enables the user in so many ways and makes us look at subjects in a different way. Thats got to be good.

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Hmmm.. I take it you can tell E3 Owners because of their clean knees

Like the daffs and the sky.. Would have liked to see a little more stalk

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Composing an image on the screen from a distance rather than at eye level perhaps makes you look at large shapes rather than individual parts. In my mind were the colours blue and yellow so i filled the frame with the colours and the pleasing triangle shape of the combined flower heads. Stalks for another day i think.

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