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R ­ Hardman
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Sep 06, 2005 01:39 |  #1

My daughter came running into the room and said; "Daddy get your camera. You gotta take a picture of this." So here is the result. Gotta love her eye for things. As usual comments are welcome.

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Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT
Shooting Date/Time
9/5/2005 7:45:46 PM
Shooting Mode
Manual Exposure
Tv( Shutter Speed )
3.2
Av( Aperture Value )
5.6
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Center-Weighted Average Metering
ISO Speed
100
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18.0 - 55.0mm
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Image Size
3456x2304
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Off
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Auto
AF Mode
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Contrast Standard
Sharpness High
Color saturation Standard
Color tone 0
Color Space
sRGB
Noise Reduction
On
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6489KB
Custom Function
C.Fn:01-0
C.Fn:02-1
C.Fn:03-0
C.Fn:04-0
C.Fn:05-0
C.Fn:06-0
C.Fn:07-0
C.Fn:08-0
C.Fn:09-0
Drive Mode
Self-Timer Operation
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Hardman
Camera Body No.
0520430154


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Sep 06, 2005 13:13 |  #2

I see nothing but a very large list of settings.


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Sep 06, 2005 13:20 as a reply to  @ NeoDude's post |  #3

Neodude, I see the EXIF Data too but also a beautiful night sky and great silhouette.

Well done, marvellous shot.


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Sep 06, 2005 13:22 as a reply to  @ lomond's post |  #4

Surprised this hasn't attracted more comments. :confused:


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Sep 06, 2005 13:22 |  #5

I don't see any image also.


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Sep 06, 2005 13:25 |  #6

The photograph captured a beautiful dance.

The plane of the ecliptic at the right time yields secrets of the universe that are lost to many mercuy-vapour lamps in the cities...


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Sep 06, 2005 18:36 |  #7

red X here.


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Sep 06, 2005 18:42 |  #8

that is awesome!


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Sep 06, 2005 18:44 |  #9

Good shot.


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Sep 06, 2005 19:23 |  #10

Now I can see it.

Very good image!


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Sep 06, 2005 19:25 |  #11

Wonder why some get the x and some dont? It's an attached image. Anyway I'm pretty lucky with sky conditions. I live in the desert, 29 Palms Ca., and the locals are pretty active about the light pollution. Thank's for the comments.


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Sep 06, 2005 21:21 |  #12

why can't I see the image???




  
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Sep 06, 2005 22:11 |  #13

I can see it and it is wonderful, nice job, maybe print it and hang it on your daughters wall, sort of a finders fee lol...............Joe


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Sep 06, 2005 23:11 |  #14

Very pretty shot, beautiful color.


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Sep 06, 2005 23:54 as a reply to  @ jopfin's post |  #15

jopfin wrote:
I can see it and it is wonderful, nice job, maybe print it and hang it on your daughters wall, sort of a finders fee lol...............Joe

Sounds like a great idea. Her B-day is in a few days and I could set it in a special frame for her. Thanks.


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