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  1. #1161
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    f/8 @ 1/400 ? sheet, it's probably iso 50,000 lol
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  2. #1162
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    It appears to have been shot at ISO 800.
    Canon G10 - Nikon D3 - Sony P&S - Flickr Account - Non-updated Website

  3. #1163
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    Ol' Faithful

    thanks leyo for the tips.
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  4. #1164
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rooz View Post
    thanks leyo for the tips.
    hehehe... nice. i'm currently looking at the tamron lens you used for the shot.

  5. #1165
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    been a while since I contributed...

    NIKON D80
    NIKKOR 18-135mm Kit Lens
    NIKKOR 70-300mm ED VR
    NIKKOR 10.5mm Fisheye
    HOYA Super HMC UV
    HOYA Super CIR-PL
    NIKON SB-600
    HOODMAN Right Angle Viewfinder
    MANFROTTO 3001 Tripod w/ BOGEN 3262 Ball Head

  6. #1166
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    Quote Originally Posted by Camerajunkie View Post
    LS,

    Did you crop that or PS it at all? It seems noisy.
    Yes, did crop, but about 1/3 way in... and boosted with auto-enhance in Picture Perfect... It is noisy...

    So here's what i did, definitely not the best way to go..

    Used manual mode, set f/8 cos it was sweet spot, and set 1/400 cos i was shooting at 300mm handheld and wanted to stop action if the birds fly...

    Auto ISO, set at ISO 100, with max of ISO 800..

    I did this because I was shooting in daylight.. though a little cloudy. The above method worked, and the auto ISO went to at most 400 most of the time... it turned out that this bird (found out this is a Blue Jay later on, courtesy of my girlfriend) was really playful... kept flying around and hiding... And I got this shot (which in terms of composition, i think its the best among the others). BUT of course, its in the bush and i did not have time to change aperture or anything else.

    Anyone has a good way to overcome this "no time to change setting" problem??? or other alternative methods??

    anyway, here's another one with better noise.. f/8 @ 1/500s, ISO ended up at 450, cropped and auto-enhanced.
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  7. #1167
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    Quote Originally Posted by Prospero View Post
    Thanks, Tori. Sorry about the cloudy skies in "Windy Wyoming". You miss Utah when the weather is like that? (or is the weather about the same in both states?)
    Nope, the weather from the part of Utah to the part of Wyoming I traveled to is about the same. Maybe more windy here. But the skies cleared up yesterday afternoon and I got some shots . I'm working on processing, hopefully some of them will turn out well. 3-day weekend coming up. Definitely want to get more shots then.
    Nikon D50, Nikkor 18-55mm, Nikkor 50mm 1.8, Sigma 70-300mm APO DG Macro, Tokina 12-24
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  8. #1168
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    85mm non-AF lense (pain to use)
    f/1.4
    1/125th shutter speed
    200 iso


    Small Town Newspaper Oaf

    East Coast Coorespondant for CRAWL Magazine!!??

  9. #1169
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    [QUOTE=LR Max;216207]85mm non-AF lense (pain to use)- really? i love and prefer to do everything manually. I only use AF when im shooting bands.
    sony A300
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  10. #1170
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    Quote Originally Posted by LR Max View Post
    85mm non-AF lense (pain to use)
    f/1.4
    1/125th shutter speed
    200 iso


    There is some nasty wear on those sprockets. Time for new sprockets and chain methinks.

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