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  1. #2061
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    Quote Originally Posted by faisal View Post
    A picture from my Salalah trip...[I'm still in the process of editing the pictures ]

    This is how grey it looked [No B/W conversion, just a bit of PP (auto contrast and levels)]
    78mm, 1/640, f6.3, ISO 200
    that's pretty cool scene.. do you mean this is a color shot?

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    Quote Originally Posted by delobbo View Post
    that's pretty cool scene.. do you mean this is a color shot?
    Yes it is a colour shot....
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  3. #2063
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    at the club Saturday..


    Image Date: 2008:08:24 01:50:54
    Flash Used: Yes (Manual)
    Focal Length: 64.0mm
    Exposure Time: 0.125 s (1/8)
    Aperture: f/2.8
    ISO equiv: 320
    White Balance: Auto
    Metering Mode: Matrix
    Exposure: Manual
    Exposure Mode: Manual
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    Quote Originally Posted by faisal View Post
    Yes it is a colour shot....
    wow.. spooky! and great.

  5. #2065
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    Faisal - cool shot.

    Phys - that flower shot doesn't seem very sharp to my eyes - ? not enough DOF, camera shake or focus a bit off perhaps.


    This is basically straight out of the camera (cropped a little, no other PP)...24-105, f/10...(you know I have a thing for apple orchards, don't you? )...

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    Yeah still learning so thanks for the help. I used 1/40 av 7.1 tv 100 iso at 44mm more practice is fine by me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phys View Post
    Yeah still learning so thanks for the help. I used 1/40 av 7.1 tv 100 iso at 44mm more practice is fine by me.
    44mm, 1/40 - The general rule of thumb is 1/(1.6XFL) for 1.6X crop cams, so you should have a SS of about 1/80 if hand-held.

    Keep in mind however that if you have very steady hands you might be able to hand-hold at lower SS's, but its a good rule of thumb. Also, at 1/40 don't forget about subject movement (wind blowing flowers ).

    Keep posting and learning - that's what its all about.
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    Quote Originally Posted by michaelb View Post
    44mm, 1/40 - The general rule of thumb is 1/(1.6XFL) for 1.6X crop cams, so you should have a SS of about 1/80 if hand-held.
    I absolutely agree about the 1/1.6xFL rule of thumb, but isn't 1/1.6x40 actually 1/64? Perhaps you wrote 1/80 because 1/64 isn't a standard available shutter speed? If I was feeling particularly stable that day, I might go with 1/60
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    got a lovely sunset today
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    WOW that is awesome, did you light the foreground with flash in the first shot?

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