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Old 12-19-2007, 07:17 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Just came across these tips today on a ZDNet Blog. Did a search here, but couldn't find it... So.. Here it is for your perusal! Happy Shooting!

» Here are 13 tips for using your BlackBerry’s camera | The BlackBerry Beat | ZDNet.com
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Bah, maybe 3 good ones. More importantly turn off your flash, never use digital zoom, compose your pictures properly, and learn how to point "into the light" a half second before taking a low-light picture and fool the internal CCD sensor. Those are *real* tips on how to use your BB cam to get great results.

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Bah, maybe 3 good ones. More importantly turn off your flash, never use digital zoom, compose your pictures properly, and learn how to point "into the light" a half second before taking a low-light picture and fool the internal CCD sensor. Those are *real* tips on how to use your BB cam to get great results.

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Thanks for this. I agree with them all! The flash is a biggy, I have mine disabled. I live by your three tips. P.S. Cute cat
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BTW, nice ride too! Here is my ride if you are interested
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The bike has become my 'addiction'. Some have called me a chrome 'Ho

Oh the humanity of it all. But getting back to the thread... Its nice to be out on a ride, and have my Curve on my hip providing me with a camera, tunes, phone and GPS (in case I get lost on some little back road on Vancouver Island)
Damn! I love my Curve! (almost as much as I love taking the curves on my bike)
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(completely offtopic, but oh well)

Nice! I see you've got a nice bit of aftermarket bling going on, I am on the CC site as well but don't have a cruiser right now. Here's the last one I had, now sold:

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She was a good bike, but completely unsuited to living in the city (carbs, not EFI too). I had to go back to a more sportbike style for easier parking, better gas mileage (these are city miles, hell on gas) but man that Corbin was a comfy seat.
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