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Old Jan 17, 2005, 9:34 PM   #1
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This was kind of a blow out game. My home team won 75-22 but I got some good shots so that's what matters to me.

We face the best girlshigh school basketball in Minnesota tomorrow,so I'm looking forward to that.


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Old Jan 23, 2005, 3:25 PM   #4
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Not too shabby!



What camera did you use? F-stop, shutter speed, ISO?
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Old Jan 23, 2005, 8:19 PM   #5
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Shooting with a D70. Shutter speed I usually keep it at about 1/125 to 1/160. ISO 500. I try making them look a little better with PSP8 (saving up for photoshop). Thanks for the comment.
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are you happy with the d 70 ,as far as picture qaulity and shooting sports ?I currently have an Olympus 750 ultra zoom and get very grainy pictures when i shoot my kids sports ,and i was thinking of going with the d 70 but heard that it had noise or moire issues when enlarged,keep in mind this was from a canon dealer but he said proof was in the pictures ,and i havent seen any blown up d 70 pics to compare .But the 30x30 picture he took with the rebel, professional printed .The pic was of an employee in there store and you could see every hair , and the detail was awsome..he said nikon would produce a red tint or haze in the fine detail areas like the individual hairs..Anyhow with that said i know your pictures here were compressed but when you would go to print them how good are they how accurate is the color , facial detail , grain etc...? Just curious i loved the feel and controls on the nikon but pictures are what its all about . What lens do you use , as far as zoom and speed, what aperature setting , flash etc ...Man i have a lot to learn ,thansk for any help . Bill Butcher from minnesota ,

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