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Feb 13, 2006 01:21 |  #106

I love the pic of my finger with the preying mantis

Yeah, was that taken with my macro?


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Feb 13, 2006 01:51 |  #107

120-300 Sigma + 1.4TC IIRC.


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Feb 13, 2006 01:52 as a reply to  @ scotttnz's post |  #108

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Yeah, was that taken with my macro?

I think it was taken with Wazza huge lens.

Edit - Matt beat me to it. He just told me it was 420mm, f4, 1/800, iso200.


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Feb 13, 2006 01:56 |  #109

from EXIF

420mm, F/4 1/800 ISO 200.


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Feb 13, 2006 02:46 as a reply to  @ post 1183384 |  #110

Here's a random photo taken of my girl at the lantern festival - she was talking to Wazza on my phone trying to work out where everyone was! ISO1600, 50mm, F1.4, about 1m max from her - the photo is about 6 stops overexposed because the flash couldn't go dim enough, this is with EC-4 in RAW.

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Feb 13, 2006 03:06 as a reply to  @ tim's post |  #111

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...the photo is about 6 stops overexposed because the flash couldn't go dim enough, this is with EC-4 in RAW.

The effect actually works quite well!


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Feb 13, 2006 03:10 |  #112

Yeah I was pleasently suprised. You can see the parts of the image that are closer to parallel with the sensor had all channels limit and have gone white, the rounded areas still have a little skin color :)


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Feb 13, 2006 03:39 |  #113

So did you manage to take that guys wedding photos under the lanterns?


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Feb 15, 2006 03:47 |  #114

I got some photos up here (external link). I can throw anyone elses photos up there if you want, or the photos I took on the random cameras that were lying around :)


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Feb 15, 2006 04:02 |  #115

RE : http://www.mrwild.co.n​z …GKPE/slides/GKP​E1_41.html (external link)

For those wondering what I was shooting.

Twas moppies camera!


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Feb 15, 2006 05:25 |  #116

Battle scars and custom modifications!


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Feb 15, 2006 16:17 as a reply to  @ Moppie's post |  #117

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Battle scars and custom modifications!

Moppie, what was the hole in the first pic for? It looks nasty...:)


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Feb 15, 2006 17:27 |  #118

Its one of my first custom mods, a hole for mounting an ND filter useing some light springs so it would move with the lens.
I now use a differnt method of mouting that is less intrusive.


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