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First picture with new camera

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I bought CFRay's Canon Digital Rebel XT, and it arrived in the mail today. I still have a looooonnnngggg way to go on figuring everything out, but I am having a blast learning! Here is one of my first attempts at trying out the camera where I actually sort of knew what I was doing. \:\)

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Hey, that's way cool! Nice shot, and lots more nice shots to come as you get used to the new camera. Congrats!

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Thats a beautiful shot! Congratulations on the new camera, looks like you are well on your way to getting to know it well.

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Very cool. That one will appeal to jonny redhorse!

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Great image FC. It looks like you're a fast learner. Can't wait to see more.

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Lookin Good Fishinchick. Keep It up, Practice just makes more cool photos to post.

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All right, Chick. Congrats on your serious purchase. It's nice to see another shooter from my area. Your first shot is a winner. I'll be anxiously awaiting more from you.

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Thanks everyone! I guess the pressure is on now... grin.gif

My youngest daughter has been wanting me to take the leap for a long time, so she is pretty happy that I finally did. X - you can look for her pictures at the county fair in August.

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Good for You!! Nice photo.

I have an XTi on the way following the sale of the XT to you. I'll look forward to seeing some more of your work on this forum.

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Nice shot

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