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Hi, Quick question. With a manual focus camera, would it be better to focus with or with out one's glasses. I've got an older slr, and I've noticed that I've taken pictures where I thought I was in focus and I ended up with fuzzy pictures. aside from the glasses placing the eye further away from the view finder, would you suggest to not wear them or to wear them when taking a picture? And no, I don't have contacts. as for the reason for glasses, I can't see distance. well... that's all... thankies -- patricia 0_0 Red Focus deadjournal.com/~xdattax...

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    Hi,
    Quick question. With a manual focus camera, would it be better to focus
    with or with out one's glasses. I've got an older slr, and I've noticed
    that I've taken pictures where I thought I was in focus and I ended up with
    fuzzy pictures. aside from the glasses placing the eye further away from the
    view finder, would you suggest to not wear them or to wear them when taking
    a picture? And no, I don't have contacts. as for the reason for glasses, I
    can't see distance.

    well... that's all... thankies

    --
    patricia
    0_0 Red Focus
    deadjournal.com/~xdattax


    Snowy Rose Guest

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    > Quick question. With a manual focus camera, would it be better to
    focus
    > with or with out one's glasses. I've got an older slr, and I've noticed
    > that I've taken pictures where I thought I was in focus and I ended up
    with
    > fuzzy pictures. aside from the glasses placing the eye further away from
    the
    > view finder, would you suggest to not wear them or to wear them when
    taking
    > a picture? And no, I don't have contacts. as for the reason for glasses,
    I
    > can't see distance.
    You shouldn't need the glasses if the view finder is adjustable.


    Üter Guest

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    On Sat, 30 Aug 2003 01:30:38 GMT, "Snowy Rose"
    <pikachu14mindspring.com> wrote:
    >Hi,
    > Quick question. With a manual focus camera, would it be better to focus
    >with or with out one's glasses. I've got an older slr, and I've noticed
    >that I've taken pictures where I thought I was in focus and I ended up with
    >fuzzy pictures. aside from the glasses placing the eye further away from the
    >view finder, would you suggest to not wear them or to wear them when taking
    >a picture? And no, I don't have contacts. as for the reason for glasses, I
    >can't see distance.
    >
    >well... that's all... thankies
    Either keep your glasses on or get a corrective diopter for your
    viewfinder.
    Slingblade Guest

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