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  1. #991
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    iso 100, F11, 3 sec, raw
    F11?? HOW?

    EDIT

    still trying :P

    Last edited by skitmen; 10-13-2007 at 05:12 PM.

  2. #992
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    Quote Originally Posted by skitmen View Post
    F11?? HOW?
    Manual mode allows F11.
    Digital:
    Canon PowerShot A570 IS

    Nikon D5000

    Film:
    Fujica ST605n
    Olympus XA


    Cameras from my past:
    Fujifilm S6000fd; Canon PowerShot S50; Canon PowerShot A40; Nikon N8008s; Pentax Spotmatic F; Fujica ST605; Canon Canonet GIII QL19

  3. #993
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    Quote Originally Posted by seo View Post
    Manual mode allows F11.
    i didn't know. THANK YOU
    Last edited by skitmen; 10-14-2007 at 02:58 AM.
    FinePix S6500fd + xD H1GB FujiFilm + 4x2100 mAh Energizer + Helios 44M-4

  4. #994
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    ..

    dreaming of victory
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  5. #995
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    Nice, BUT: imagine bokeh behind these two - it would be a lot better shot! That's because that car is detracting attention.

  6. #996
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    Quote Originally Posted by thunderchase View Post
    Nice, BUT: imagine bokeh behind these two - it would be a lot better shot! That's because that car is detracting attention.
    I agree, I should zoom a bit more to get better bokeh. I tried to correct this in PS using fake tilt shift (using lens blur), but it looked weird in this case. Have to wait there again till those people return to their positions and no cars are in place
    FinePix s6500fd

  7. #997
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    Pearl white buffalo. Image taken at the Oklahoma Centennial parade by my wife. I raised the lighting just a shade and resized.
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  8. #998
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    some kind of owl

    ..she disappeared without any noise before I could take another shot
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  9. #999
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  10. #1000
    bristol_matt Guest
    Hello everyone, with postal strikes in the UK, I've ben waiting anxiously for my new S6500fd to arrive, and it finally has! I really wanted to try HDR on this camera, shooting in jpegs using Auto Exposure, so those are some of the first photos I've got! Here they are:

    [All photos shot with SOFT sharpening - MAKES A HUGE DIFFERENCE!! - and jpegs are take at highest level - Fine]


    1) Banana skin in Super Macro, taken in my homemade lightbox. 3 jpegs taken using Auto Exposure (+-1 EV) & 2 sec timer, HDR generated in Photomatix, processed in Photoshop (Crop, Rotate, Levels, Curves, Brightness/Contrast, USM, Healing Brush [to remove some distracting dust & dirt on the lightbox]):

    Name:  Banana Peel.jpg
Views: 316
Size:  102.6 KB

    The details of the middle jpeg (0 EV) are:
    ISO: 100
    Aperture: f/3.6
    Shutter: 1/84
    Focal length: 8mm
    Metering: Average
    AF: Centre
    Exposure Mode: A


    2) And another one of a potato taken in exactly the same way:

    Name:  Old Potato.jpg
Views: 303
Size:  112.7 KB

    The details of the middle jpeg (0 EV) are:
    ISO: 100
    Aperture: f/3.6
    Shutter: 1/85
    Focal length: 9mm
    Metering: Average
    AF: Centre
    Exposure Mode: A


    3)Here's one of a pound coin, taken in the same way, though my lens was so close to the coin in Super-Macro moe, I thought it wouldn't focus!!

    Name:  Pound.jpg
Views: 299
Size:  102.1 KB

    The details of the middle jpeg (0 EV) are:
    ISO: 100
    Aperture: f/3.7
    Shutter: 1/70
    Focal length: 17mm
    Metering: Spot
    AF: Centre
    Exposure Mode: A


    4) And finally, a single shot in RAW, post-processed completely in Photoshop (basic RAW tweaks, then Crop, Levels, Curves, Brightness/Contrast, USM, Healing Brush), also in my lightbox:

    Name:  Whole Pound.jpg
Views: 298
Size:  95.9 KB

    The details are the same as the other pound coin, only a slightly different focal length, I believe. Sorry, I've lost the exif data on the RAW!


    5) Oh yeah, nearly forgot the first one I took, outside, after the clouds rolled away for a few minutes, allowing some sun to peek through... This is another HDR taken and post-processed like the others, though I took the 3 simultaneous jpegs propped up on a tiny tripod (camera is much too heavy for it!), handheld to steady it - works better than steadying it myself! Found this muddy, discarded baby's shoe in the street on the way to the shops earlier in the day and thought it would do nicely for this photo... Not entirely pleased with the composition, though.

    Name:  Innocence Lost.jpg
Views: 298
Size:  199.6 KB

    The details of the middle jpeg (0 EV) are:
    ISO: 200
    Aperture: f/3.8
    Shutter: 1/900
    Focal length: 25mm
    Metering: Spot
    AF: Centre
    Exposure Mode: A

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