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another from me....
Newark Park - a National Trust property in Gloucestershire, England.
here is one from me for your viewing pleasure:
here is one I took yesterday:
Exposure: 0.004 sec (1/250)
Focal Length: 17 mm
ISO Speed: 100
Exposure Bias: 0/2 EV
I seem to recall reading that setting a mid aperture gives the best optical results - however this will depend on what you are shooting...ie your photo suits a don't care apperture....
Hey BoweR64 - have you got anymore details on your setup?
I'm in the UK and keen to see if your flash/rig is available here...
nice !:D downloaded and it's great!
with a little pp...
many thanks for all your suggestions....
turning of IS.
a less bright moon.
and FYI I was using an S3.
it looked so inviting...
and several hundred shots later this is the best one
EXIF Data is:
Photo;Date and Time;Exp. Time;F/Stop;Exp. Program;Exp. Bias;Metering Mode;Light...
how did you extract and get the exif data?
did you type it all out by hand or use some tool?
Photo.ExifVersion: 48 50 50 49
Photo.DateTimeOriginal: 2005:11:22 19:47:50...
Feel free to leave comments...
Copy CRW_***.CRW files from SD card to D:\My Pictures\store\20070722
Take safe backup of CRW files to CD media.
Use "DNG For PowerShot 1.1.4" to convert CRW files to DNG file format.
back down to gloucester westgate area tonight as light was good...
Thanks for looking...
Crane at Balcarras School
Did nt intentionally create this effect - but I like it lol
hope you all like...
The original and then after some messing with photoshop.
with a little tinkering in CS2 - crop - levels - made the sky a bit more angry looking and then ran through noiseware...
self-timer and hope you got good timing?
Taken at Gloucester Bus Station...UK England.
Data for those interested is:
ExposureTime = 0.040000
FNumber = 3.500000
ShutterSpeedValue = 4.656250
ApertureValue = 3.625000
yep so moon tonight :(
however I did take the advice given by "downtrodden" and took my camera out and about after work.
I took over 90 shots.
Uploaded my best ones for comment here:...
my level of experience.
I've had point n shoot cameras before just upgraded from Olympus 600.
Looking to get a bit more creative.
I sort of understand the basics of altering the...