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SleepingWolf
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IP logged posted posted 09-16-2008 01:42 Edit Quote



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whatsupdoc
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IP logged posted posted 11-12-2010 19:44 Edit Quote

hi wolf!
im fairly new to the forums so exuse me if say some thing i shouldnt have. i just couldnt resist commenting on the great photography. its funny how things we usually take for granted and tend to not notice can turn into great pieces of art. great picture.
kenny

SleepingWolf
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IP logged posted posted 11-13-2010 04:24 Edit Quote

Welcome to the asylum kenny.
I had forgotten about this pic...


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whatsupdoc
Obsessive-Compulsive (I) Inmate

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IP logged posted posted 11-13-2010 15:36 Edit Quote

so where did u take this one???
i like photography as well...i was thinking of getting a nikon dslr....
which camera would you suggest a hobbyist for some good pictures...

SleepingWolf
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IP logged posted posted 11-19-2010 00:00 Edit Quote

Depends on what you can/want to spend.
Even inexpensive cameras today will give good results...focus on technique and composition, less on your equipment.

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whatsupdoc
Obsessive-Compulsive (I) Inmate

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IP logged posted posted 11-19-2010 13:28 Edit Quote

thanks for the advice sleepingwolf, i ll keep that in mind...i do have a normal cybershot with 7 megapixel, it also gives some really good results but i did want to want to buy a new one.

sophielucky
Nervous Wreck (II) Inmate

From: Miami
Insane since: Nov 2010

IP logged posted posted 11-26-2010 08:48 Edit Quote

I like the photo above. What camera did you use to take this photo?
Excellent effect.

poi
Paranoid (IV) Inmate

From: Norway
Insane since: Jun 2002

IP logged posted posted 11-26-2010 09:25 Edit Quote

Nice portrait of a Duck

Looking at the EXIF data by right-click > Image properties in my browser says: Camera Settings: 200mm, f/9, 1/-2147483648s @ ISO 400, NIKON D300

Long description:

code:
Orientation of image:  1
File change date and time:  2008:09:15 16:05:50
Image input equipment manufacturer:  NIKON CORPORATION
Image input equipment model:  NIKON D300
Software used:  Adobe Photoshop CS2 Windows
Exposure time:  0,003125
F number:  9
Exposure program:  2
ISO speed rating:  400
Exposure bias:  0
Maximum lens aperture:  4,5
Metering mode:  5
Light source:  0
Flash:  0
Lens focal length:  200
Sensing method:  2
Custom rendered:  0
Exposure mode:  0
White balance:  0
Digital zoom ratio:  1
Focal length in 35 mm film:  300
Scene capture type:  0
Gain control:  1
Contrast:  0
Saturation:  0
Sharpness:  0
Subject distance range:  0





(Edited by poi on 11-26-2010 10:15)

Blaise
Paranoid (IV) Inmate

From: London
Insane since: Jun 2003

IP logged posted posted 11-26-2010 16:16 Edit Quote

hahah show off :P

I like the look of the new Opera beta poi.

SleepingWolf, I notice you've used ISO 400, is that your normal setting, or do you experiment with slower speeds? I wonder how this picture would have turned out with ISO 100.

SleepingWolf
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IP logged posted posted 11-28-2010 03:29 Edit Quote
quote:

Blaise said:

SleepingWolf, I notice you've used ISO 400, is that your normal setting, or do you experiment with slower speeds? I wonder how this picture would have turned out with ISO 100.




In general, as you know, the slower the film (the lower the ISO) the better from a resolution perspective...but when you use a telephoto you want to ensure you have enough speed to avoid blur.

From the exif data, I shot at 1/300 second, so yes, I probably could have shot at ISO 200 with a larger aperture (f 5.6).

Having said, good quality DSLRs today are still sharp at high ISOs.


poi: very cool that you can do that from Opera. I still have trouble with the continuous readings....in the old days it would have been a speed of 1/250 and an aperture of f8


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SleepingWolf
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IP logged posted posted 11-28-2010 03:39 Edit Quote
quote:

sophielucky said:

I like the photo above. What camera did you use to take this photo?Excellent effect.



Thanks ..Nikon D300.

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AimyThomas
Obsessive-Compulsive (I) Inmate

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IP logged posted posted 11-02-2011 06:24 Edit Quote

I love it, Awesome photography, I big lover of natural photography, hey which camera did you used?

edit tp: spam removed
(Edited by AimyThomas on 11-02-2011 06:26)

(Edited by Tyberius Prime on 11-02-2011 11:22)



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