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Aug 30, 2017 09:16 |  #4336

koolcreation wrote in post #18440540 (external link)
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Great photos!! Question though, what was the advantage of using such a slow shutter speed, was there not enough natural light?

Thanks!
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Aug 30, 2017 09:22 |  #4337

ranmasu wrote in post #18440689 (external link)
Great photos!! Question though, what was the advantage of using such a slow shutter speed, was there not enough natural light?

Thanks!
Randy

I thought the same. The second image is sharp but the first one is just a little soft and I don't think it's a focusing issue.


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Aug 30, 2017 11:34 |  #4338

ranmasu wrote in post #18440689 (external link)
Great photos!! Question though, what was the advantage of using such a slow shutter speed, was there not enough natural light?

Thanks!
Randy

DaviSto wrote in post #18440692 (external link)
I thought the same. The second image is sharp but the first one is just a little soft and I don't think it's a focusing issue.

Exif on Flickr says they were shot in Auto mode.. It must have been pretty dark with ISO 1000 2.8 and no flash..


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Aug 30, 2017 11:56 |  #4339

EightEleven wrote in post #18440771 (external link)
Exif on Flickr says they were shot in Auto mode.. It must have been pretty dark with ISO 1000 2.8 and no flash..

Yes, ISO 1000. Must have been dark. This explains it. Pics are nice and sharp though. Love them!


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Aug 30, 2017 17:18 |  #4341


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Aug 30, 2017 17:39 as a reply to  @ dalibort82's post |  #4342

Nice use of negative space



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Aug 30, 2017 17:54 |  #4343

koolcreation wrote in post #18440540 (external link)
QUOTED IMAGE
IMAGE LINK: https://flic.kr/p/XTrs​TL  (external link) Harriet (external link) by Lee (external link), on Flickr

QUOTED IMAGE
IMAGE LINK: https://flic.kr/p/XZ44​JB  (external link) Element (external link) by Lee (external link), on Flickr

keep up the good work! I have the 5d2 as well.




  
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Aug 31, 2017 10:23 |  #4344

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Aug 31, 2017 19:09 |  #4345

ranmasu wrote in post #18440689 (external link)
Great photos!! Question though, what was the advantage of using such a slow shutter speed, was there not enough natural light?

Thanks!
Randy

We got a late start and the area had building blocking the good light.

DaviSto wrote in post #18440692 (external link)
I thought the same. The second image is sharp but the first one is just a little soft and I don't think it's a focusing issue.

Just the slower SS and me not being still lol


EightEleven wrote in post #18440771 (external link)
Exif on Flickr says they were shot in Auto mode.. It must have been pretty dark with ISO 1000 2.8 and no flash..


AV still counts as an Auto mode I'm guessing right?

ranmasu wrote in post #18440783 (external link)
Yes, ISO 1000. Must have been dark. This explains it. Pics are nice and sharp though. Love them!


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Aug 31, 2017 23:56 |  #4346

koolcreation wrote in post #18441768 (external link)
AV still counts as an Auto mode I'm guessing right?

I've been asked the same question about my own photos posted to flickr. I'd used AV mode too. It's not full manual mode, so, there you have it.


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Sep 01, 2017 00:30 |  #4347

Canon 85 f/1.8 on a 5DII


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Sep 01, 2017 11:42 |  #4348

Dillan_K wrote in post #18441900 (external link)
I've been asked the same question about my own photos posted to flickr. I'd used AV mode too. It's not full manual mode, so, there you have it.

I stand corrected! Thank you!!
The posing and composition is what made the photos great anyway!


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Sep 01, 2017 13:17 |  #4349

EightEleven wrote in post #18442182 (external link)
I stand corrected! Thank you!!
The posing and composition is what made the photos great anyway!

I'm sorry if I came across a little strong. It's just the way flickr display's the information. It causes confusion needlessly.


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Sep 01, 2017 13:40 |  #4350

Dillan_K wrote in post #18442241 (external link)
I'm sorry if I came across a little strong. It's just the way flickr display's the information. It causes confusion needlessly.

No apology necessary!!
You have some really great images on Flickr!! nice work!


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