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Killjoy wrote in post #13932141external link
Athena likes to play with the water. Every time we turn on the faucet, she comes running.
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Post #9121, Feb 21, 2012 14:57:05


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Hey guys. New kid here! Here's some decent pics that i've taken of my boys.

Felix:

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Gizmo:
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Let me know what you guys think! Any criticism is appreciated!

Post #9122, Feb 21, 2012 18:35:22


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beautiful kitties Ryan, your shutter speeds are slow and therefore the pics are a tad out of focus. Try using a semi manual mode and getting faster shutter speeds.

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Molly looks awfully comfortable there! :D

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K6AZ wrote in post #13939176external link
Molly looks awfully comfortable there! :D

Yeah, it's what she does best ;) Waiting patiently for winter to be over.

Post #9125, Feb 21, 2012 19:05:16


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Wallace River wrote in post #13939336external link
Yeah, it's what she does best ;) Waiting patiently for winter to be over.

Yep, just like our Squeaky. She looks to be the same size with the same fur length but a little different coloring. She hasn't been out in days since it snowed!

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Awesome kitties. I'd try upping the ISO a little so you can get a faster shutter speed. It's good that you didn't use the flash in their face, it can't be too good for their eyes. :)

Post #9127, Feb 21, 2012 20:01:03


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Skrim17 wrote in post #13939147external link
beautiful kitties Ryan, your shutter speeds are slow and therefore the pics are a tad out of focus. Try using a semi manual mode and getting faster shutter speeds.

Thanks for the tips! I'll be sure to try it out!

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Awesome kitties. I'd try upping the ISO a little so you can get a faster shutter speed. It's good that you didn't use the flash in their face, it can't be too good for their eyes. :)

If I were to up the ISO, wouldn't that make the photos a little bit grainier? It really bugs me seeing even a slight amount of grainy-ness in any of my photos. I'll give it a shot and see how i like it though! Thanks!

Post #9128, Feb 21, 2012 20:39:47


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ryanDC2hammond wrote in post #13939976external link
If I were to up the ISO, wouldn't that make the photos a little bit grainier? It really bugs me seeing even a slight amount of grainy-ness in any of my photos. I'll give it a shot and see how i like it though! Thanks!

The images I posted on the previous page, the two at the kitchen sink were at ISO 1600.
The other two? ISO 3200.

I don't like too much grain either, unless it's intended.

Give it a shot. You might like what you get.

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Killjoy wrote in post #13940045external link
The images I posted on the previous page, the two at the kitchen sink were at ISO 1600.
The other two? ISO 3200.

I don't like too much grain either, unless it's intended.

Give it a shot. You might like what you get.

But they may not know how to remove the noise from their images. A trip over here will help...

http://photography-on-the.net/forum/forumdis​play.php?f=18

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Hey everyone, new guy here :cool: here's a pic of my kitteh Little Sir

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Post #9131, Feb 21, 2012 23:15:27 as a reply to K6AZ's post 2 hours earlier.


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Tiger, Mommy-O, Mei-Ling. All rescue kittehs.

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Post #9132, Feb 21, 2012 23:27:29 as a reply to 12adone's post 12 minutes earlier.



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Thanks for getting the rescues. They do know how to pose, very nice second one pose.

Post #9133, Feb 22, 2012 00:30:59


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ryanDC2hammond wrote in post #13939976external link
If I were to up the ISO, wouldn't that make the photos a little bit grainier? It really bugs me seeing even a slight amount of grainy-ness in any of my photos. I'll give it a shot and see how i like it though! Thanks!

My default ISO setting is 800 and I seldom have noticeable noise. I use a lower ISO when the light is good or I'm using a tripod.

The basic tradeoff is noise vs. camera shake. You can fix noise, you can't fix blur due to camera shake at too low a shutter speed.

Try higher ISO settings and see what you think...

-js

Post #9134, Feb 22, 2012 12:58:26


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ryanDC2hammond wrote in post #13939976external link
Thanks for the tips! I'll be sure to try it out!

If I were to up the ISO, wouldn't that make the photos a little bit grainier? It really bugs me seeing even a slight amount of grainy-ness in any of my photos. I'll give it a shot and see how i like it though! Thanks!

Avoid underexposing, period!

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