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  1. #911
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    Lukas--very sappy. I like it, and I don't usually like selective color.

    Dennis--nice, sharp, and good composition. I like the dark mood offset by the shiny & reflective drops. Looks like your Kiron doesn't register the correct aperture in the exif--it shows as f/0 at 1/320 ss! What did you really use?
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    Prospero, I like your waterdrop shots.



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    Flowering aloa vera plant



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    Quote Originally Posted by AdamW View Post
    Lukas--very sappy. I like it, and I don't usually like selective color.

    Dennis--nice, sharp, and good composition. I like the dark mood offset by the shiny & reflective drops. Looks like your Kiron doesn't register the correct aperture in the exif--it shows as f/0 at 1/320 ss! What did you really use?
    Thanks Adam. The Kiron indeed does not register the correct apperture in the Exif. This happens with all old lenses that do not have a chip, so also the 135 f/2.8 AI-s lens I have. My camera doesn't meter with these lenses either, so the exposure is just guesswork. Fancy Nikons (D200 and above) can meter with these lenses.

    I am not entirely sure what settings I used for this shot. I think it was somewhere between f/8 and f/11 for the first shot. The exposure was 1/30s there. After several tries I found this apperture gave the sharpest result. Stopping down more was not possible due to the wind.
    Since the other shot was taken at 1/320s, I assume I took it wide open or at f/4.

    Thanks Wolfbreath. Glad you like it. Interesting abstract, did you take this through glass?
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    Interesting abstract, did you take this through glass?
    No, it was not taken through glass. It was taken at a shutter speed of 1 second, then some editing on it in Picasa.

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    This is an older one from late last year.
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    That's really beautiful, Lukas. How did you get those colors?
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    Thanks Tori! I took it around sunrise, so the orange light is hitting one side the wave but not the other. This gave me one reddish side and one bluish side. I enhanced this by tweaking the WB.
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    She's right, Lukas. Very beautiful!
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheWengler View Post
    Thanks Tori! I took it around sunrise, so the orange light is hitting one side the wave but not the other. This gave me one reddish side and one bluish side. I enhanced this by tweaking the WB.
    You took it at sunrise? Are you a morning person? I like mornings, but I have yet to get up early enough to be in position when the sun comes up!
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