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I wouldn't say plain, clean would be a better word. Are those Legacy wheels? I swear I have seen those before. Your "work in progress" looks great and I really like the yellow fogs, especially on silver bugeyes.
Durring the day, try to keep the ISO set at 400 (or at least keep it under 600).....
If that doesn't fix it, make sure your megapixels setting is above 3MP.....
Try leaving everything in auto the first few times you use the camera. That way you'll get used to what settings it uses for different lighting situations. Then you can get a better sence for when to adjust the shutter speed, aperutre, ISO, brightness, etc. See if you can find some online tutorials for using D-SLR cameras too. There's plenty of good write ups on tips, even videos.
Nice camera by the way.
Last edited by Superglue WRX; 10-20-2006 at 06:45 PM.