Colt38, you are off to a great start!
As far as picture taking, Digitals are like guns they will do their part if you do yours.
Just a suggestion, make sure you have a steady hand or get a tri-pod and don't forget to push the shutter half way down first to set you range, then click. Just trying to help with your focus a little.
Good luck in your future gun acquisition and picture taking.
There is a word sweeter than mother, home or heaven--
That word is Liberty.
Diamondback68: Thanks, for your photography tips! You have always been very helpful to me-and, I appreciate it!
Shortcut-I don't know if my Colt "357" was engraved by the Colt factory, or not? However, this gun was so beautiful to my eyes(When I first saw it!)that I couldn't resist, bringing it home with me! Besides, I knew that it might take me forever, to find another Colt "357" that was "Mint" and, it would very unlikely, to have been engraved! The engraving is very attractive and, is simple in design-yet, it has not been overdone!
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1)Shortcut: What would you like to know about the "Engraved" Colt 357?
2)Yes, these are nice Colt's-but, my picture taking "Quality" is not real good-as these Colt's would show-up, much more "Beautifully"! But, then again, I'm just a "Newbie" at taking digital pictures! Thanks for the "Positive" comments!