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  1. #15751
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    I'm trying to be all arty these days and just have the subject in focus.

    Unfortunately it's a 50% crop but still happy with it
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  2. #15752
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    I was thinking why you cropped the rower to such extreme... Second later I saw the sharky. Nice one DPRob.
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  3. #15753
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    For some reason I liked the texture in this one.Name:  DSC_4619.JPG
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  4. #15754
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    Quote Originally Posted by anco85 View Post
    I must have turned the knob one click too far, should have been iso200, the D700's lowest native ISO
    Wish I had a $ for every time I forgot to check ISO. Just recently ruined half of a days shoot for that reason. The D70 is not forgiving in that regard.
    D7000, D70, CP990, CP900, FE.
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  5. #15755
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    I don't think I've manually set iso regularly since I bought a d300. That's what auto iso is for.
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  6. #15756
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rooz View Post
    I don't think I've manually set iso regularly since I bought a d300. That's what auto iso is for.
    Just be aware that if you use the flash, auto ISO will set the shots at highest ISO.
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  7. #15757
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    yes, sorry...should have clarified i dont use auto iso with flash
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  8. #15758
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    Hmmmm, didn't know that. I'm way too lazy to set up auto ISO anyway.

    Here's a shot from the same fashion shoot of the previous image



    *Thanks to fotosizer for ruining the sharpness in my pictures you piece of crap
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  9. #15759
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    Thanks to fotosizer for ruining the sharpness in my pictures you piece of crap
    I have a batch file setup so that I can use imagemagick as a resizer just drop the file or folder ofer an icon.
    Loads of options you can use including different resize filters add watermarks etc.

  10. #15760
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    Landing Approach

    Here is one of a sequence I shot several days ago and just got around to editing it.
    It is an Elfin Skimmer male. See the entire sequence in the insect thread.
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    Seeing the picture starts the process
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