Discussion in 'Photography and Imaging' started by dmp, Aug 13, 2006.
1/800th f/5.6, ISO100, 640mm (effective focal length).
Time to clean that sensor I see.
Thanks, and indeedy.
A few more:
10 minutes later -YUM!
Stunning. Makes me even more depressed about my self-induced, indoor, remodeling torture.
Awesome, awesome, awesome!!!!
It is scenery like that which mazkes me love being on my boat so much.
The water pictures are STUNNING! I actually let out a little breath when I saw them. I love the one where the sun is JUST over the horizon... You captured the "crack of dawn"!
And the bottle... was there a message in it?
Thanks folks - I was hoping for a sunset with more clouds/color - but still, I was pretty happy. None of the sunset shots would have been possible if misterblu hadn't loaned his Tripod to me. Thanks, mate.
And the message in the bottle? The bottle was the message: No matter how beautiful God makes sunsets, some knucklehead is always there to litter
EXIF? Mebbe you could have shot them at ISO 1600 or 3200?
I have the exif at home - but those were ISO 100, iirc, and I stepped the f/ up from wide open, to a max of about 22? IIRC.
Here's our lodge for the few days we were up there:
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