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  1. #7381
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    So should I stick to F22 smallest?
    I've seen some beautifull bugs at F32 and I was just mindlessly copying. I did use off cam flash, mounted on one of those expensive voice controlled WIFE models.
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  2. #7382
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    IMO I wouldn't go past f/16...you get a lot of diffraction induced softness. You can certainly try it though.

    Diffraction begins beyond f/13 for us.

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  3. #7383
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    i never shoot over f16 personally. and try and avoid anything over f11 if i can help it.
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  4. #7384
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tomcat View Post
    I've been thinking about how to get more shots like this. If you are near an airport you could stake-out the glide path and find a location where the moon and the planes intersect. I have such place I can do this, but I'm not usually in that area at night. I'm usually at home when it gets dark.
    I was thinking the same thing. I live 20 minutes from an airport and it might be worth a trip over there next full moon.
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  5. #7385
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rooz View Post
    nice shot DPR. just remember that you lose more than 60% of the tammies sharpness at f32. if you want to expose more detail, you are better off using flash.
    Huh? I thought the use of f/32 is to increase the already miniscule depth of field.
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  6. #7386
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    Okay, Rooz and Rich seemed to like this one of the ones in my Flickr, so I'll share it next.

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  7. #7387
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    Nice shot, camerajunkie! I love the colors and DOF, looks great!!!

  8. #7388
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    Told ya so! Did not notice the car til you mentioned it. What pp did you use?
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  9. #7389
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    Very, very basic post processing. I desaturated the image and then adjusted the hue til I liked what I saw. And you all thought Rooz was bad at pp. :-D
    CJ


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  10. #7390
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    Angry A bunch of left handers!

    I smiled when I saw them lining up enjoying come home baked cookies. Just like this.
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