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Oct 25, 2006 22:52 |  #1

shot from the players box, ISO1600-200-4.5


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Oct 25, 2006 22:54 |  #2

2 - same exif


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Oct 25, 2006 22:56 |  #3

3 - any faster shutter (i felt 200 was kinda slow) darkened the exposure


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Oct 25, 2006 23:28 as a reply to  @ american3g's post |  #4

same setup while panning for some motion blur, also the subject was much closer


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Oct 25, 2006 23:34 as a reply to  @ american3g's post |  #5

then with the fisheye - ISO1600-160-6.3


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Oct 26, 2006 14:46 |  #6

american3g wrote in post #2170277 (external link)
same setup while panning for some motion blur, also the subject was much closer

Nice to see something different up here. The colours look a bit yellow, which seems to be the white balance. My favourite is the panned shot on the slower speed. I'd like to see the results if you use custom WB and perhaps run a little post process.

Good stuff :D


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Oct 26, 2006 14:47 as a reply to  @ Scott-JL's post |  #7

Hahahaha! I just noticed the person in the background on the first three pics... they seem to be writing a message on their phone or something and seem oblivious to the crunching that's going on in from of them!! :D


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Oct 26, 2006 14:48 |  #8

A little grainy but hey, this is cool!


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