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Old May 4, 2004, 12:38 AM   #1
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Old May 4, 2004, 4:00 AM   #2
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It looks slightly blurry, but I like it.

Can you remember the shutter speed?
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Old May 4, 2004, 4:49 AM   #3
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Old May 4, 2004, 5:47 AM   #4
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Won't the shutter speed be there in the original EXIF camera file (all of which we always keep, of course )? I'd like to know, too, because it's a super picture. I'm pleased to see that W. Australia has sensible plumber's engineering-style taps (faucets) instead of all the gold-plated designer stuff here, copied from endless house-makeover TV shows.

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I really like this. You've captured the action very well, without (I hope) getting your camera wet. Nice shades of gray but good contrast, still.
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Won't the shutter speed be there in the original EXIF camera file (all of which we always keep, of course )? I'd like to know, too, because it's a super picture. I'm pleased to see that W. Australia has sensible plumber's engineering-style taps (faucets) instead of all the gold-plated designer stuff here, copied from endless house-makeover TV shows.

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UMMMMMM I was naughty again and edited the original and did not save it
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Unlike Betsy, I'd like to see a bit more contrast, but if you did this, I'll bet the highlights would get blasted into outer space, so don't try it.

You get high honors for stopping water motion. I still haven't managed this.:X
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Old May 4, 2004, 7:29 AM   #8
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also about the sensible tap, This house is 50 years old and this is the only reason for the older style tap. Newer houses here also have some pretty useless new stuff too
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pfft.....new useless stuff.....try pulling that out of the sink so you can spray all around the sink at all times....or still fill up a pot even when you can't fit it in the sink......

i'll post a picture of my snazzy NEW sink faucet....lol







nice shot! i like it.....seems a little soft...but i think that is the jpeg compression....
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A bit on the soft side, but I really like it.
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