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Jun 15, 2008 15:49 |  #1

:lol::lol:took this with my xti and want some feedback


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Jun 15, 2008 21:54 |  #2

is this in Indiana?


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Jun 16, 2008 09:09 |  #3

Hickory run is in north east PA unless there is more than one


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Jun 16, 2008 10:52 |  #4

I'm not a pro - i'm probably not even a very good amateur,
But I think that there are too many dark spots in the photo, however I think trying to leave the shutter open longer would over expose the photo too. There's too much contrast.

Perhaps having the shot at a different time of day would have produced a different result.

I guess if it were me, I'd probably do the following,

Use a lower ISO, lower the exposure rate, increase the TV (I think the shutter speed was still too fast, because the water is not as smooth as I would like them to be).

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Jun 16, 2008 14:08 |  #5

yes it did thanks




  
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