Mohamed, I know what you mean about white-tailed deer, they are flighty. I'm fortunate to live in the country and I can usually photograph wildlife out my windows.. but of all deer, white-tails are the most distant. Good luck in your quest! I look forward to seeing more of your photos. :)
yes, i panicked! guess what was in my in box this morning...
the link to one of the most benificial websites on the planet. AND the main article was discussing crop sensors.. the 7d is a 1.6 crop sensor which is a BIG crop. I thought it was a 1.3 - now, I may not get the 7d because of it. I may just save for a used 5d? I dont know what to do now. As I really want to be able to use all of what my lenses have to offer.
that being said. here is the link. and when you go to the site, the picture of the bird - well the whole picture is a crop from a 5d, the 7d crop is within the white borders. you lose like 1/3 of the whole image.. im super bummed out now.
now to get all the good stuff, look to the right of that article and look at all of the links... you will be overwhelmed with wonderful tips tricks and info. there are many categories listed, and then below the categories are the links to actual articles.
Mohamed, The Sandwich Fair is actually the DeKalb County Fair, but being that it is held in Sandwich, hence the name. This year is the 123rd annual fair. There are carnival rides, animal exhibits, photo exhibits, as well as foods and crafts exhibits. There are also a large number of vendor exhibits with items for sale, and, of course, lots and lots of food. It is a great fair, and is rumored to be the largest fair not counting the Illinois State Fair in Springfield. If you get a chance to come out to see it, you should NOT be disappointed.
As for the carousel, I have a couple photos of Bekah on the spinning cups, I will add one as well. I was in it with her, and had it spinning QUITE fast. Let me know how you like that pic. :)