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Feb 24, 2011 18:59 |  #1

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Feb 25, 2011 12:31 |  #2

It looks like a drawing


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Feb 26, 2011 04:40 |  #3

Great shot. Why is it so noisy though?

And why f22 ?!?!?!


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Feb 26, 2011 08:05 |  #4

1/125 F22 @ ISO 3200 with a 7D and 70-200 2.8? you could have gotten a much better shot if you used F4 or something and a way higher shutter speed and less ISO, and it looks like it was underexposed by a stop or so to me as well because the 7D is not that noisy


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Feb 26, 2011 08:44 |  #5

Agree with the other posters. Open up that magnificent lens, lower your iso and get rid of some of the noise. Moving your subject to one side w/ the rule of 1/3's might make for a more pleasing shot. All that said, it's a nice shot. I'm using the f4 version and it gives me fits w/ deer shots b/c it's alway dawn or dusk when they start moving. Noise is a real problem.


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