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Discussion in 'Managing Your Flock' started by jimnjay, Mar 7, 2007.
These Blue/Black Orphingtons hatched last night and this morning. They are so fat and very active.
Jaynie, cograts on the new peeps. They are cute as can be!
ppppsssssttttt use the little "flower" setting on the camera for those closeup shots so they will be in focus
I've always had problems with the flower setting on my Kodak cameras. It works OK if your hand is very steady, and the objects don't move at all, but other wise they turn out blurry. I've had the hardest time photographing chicks because they move so much. I've found that if I use the regular setting, stand farther away, and zoom in I get a better picture. Also if I want one picture, I'll take about 20 and choose the best, but I'm a photography freak!
DH wound up getting me a digital because I take such lousy pictures myself and was bankrupting myself with developing.
I like that flower thingie too. I think it's for a portrait...
The babies are so cute and fuzzy.
OMG! Too cute!
I know what your up to!
Your spreading chick fever!!!
I just went and got myself 4 of the ugliest little naked neck chicks I could find! Trust me, it wasn't easy!