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  1. #2291
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    Thanks, guys! I gave my exposure comp a workout today, trying to get spot-on exposures, and it wasn't easy at the ocean. But this shot has to be my best exposure-wise.

    And Rooz, I just kinda slapped the watermark on without considering it too much... when I PP some shots I'll make it less obnoxious.
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  2. #2292
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcon View Post
    Nice capture, Rich!

    Thanks Jason, TNB, & X. Timimg is a little tougher than Little League, ball is slightly faster. I wish I could get the faces in shots too, but from where I was the angle did not allow for it. When I do have the opportunity for the face shot, Vinyard throws his arm up at the last second.

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    1/640", f/3.2, ISO 1600, CW, 180mm, -2/3 exp
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    - Rich

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  3. #2293
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    Just got back from camping and hiking a week in the Lake Tahoe area. This is Lower Blue Lake.

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  4. #2294
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    Rich, despite the bad luck with that shot, it's still awesome!

    Stoller... beautiful picture!
    Jason

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  5. #2295
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    Rich,

    You think that if he would have slid head-first he might have made it under / around the tag? Maybe not, the tag looks pretty resolute. Of course, that would have made the very good shot even better! Some things are just out of your control!

    LOL
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  6. #2296
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    Quote Originally Posted by tcadwall View Post
    the tag looks pretty resolute.
    It's perfect form...hand holding onto the ball in the glove.

    Anyway, some of you might have seen this photo but I've re-edited it and am much happier with it now. Comments?

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  7. #2297
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    Whoa, Rich, that's one camera-shy fellow. To think of picking it out among all the fans at such a hectic moment! Good shot, though.

    Beautiful Stoller, as always. How are you (and Drew, you too, for that matter) liking the 17-70mm Sigma?
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  8. #2298
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    10 year old tamron film lense 70-210mm manual focus and manual aperture

    i don't know the exif but this is what im guessing(as the cpu doesnt recognize the lense) i posted this in the D40 picture thread but i'll post it here too

    goes to show you dont NEED the special lenses for great pictures

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  9. #2299
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rooz View Post
    the first shot is beautiful i love the dreamy kinda spooky feel to it.not sure if that sort of blurry softness was just the camera shake or running it thru NR. eitherway, i think that effect looks great for this shot.
    Thanks, Rooz, I added the dreamy effect with a little Orton-esque blur. The shots actually turned out pretty sharp, especially for 1.8 and 1600,
    I was surprised.

    Mike, I really like your composition in the shot of Lower Blue Lake. That's the kind of view that seems hard to capture on-camera, but you did
    a great job.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hankbeblazin View Post
    10 year old tamron film lense 70-210mm manual focus and manual aperture

    i don't know the exif but this is what im guessing(as the cpu doesnt recognize the lense) i posted this in the D40 picture thread but i'll post it here too

    goes to show you dont NEED the special lenses for great pictures

    D40
    F4 at 210mm Maybe 1000/s?
    thats an exceptional shot. great, great work.
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