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Old Oct 13, 2007, 5:33 PM   #1
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Pic #1 @ 0,6 sec. ISO 400. Here the picture looksmuch better illuminated than it actually was! Straight from the camera except for a harsh downsizing : )And literallyzero in camera sharpening...Btw, sorry for the misspelling: 'Playgound' :angry:



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Old Oct 13, 2007, 5:37 PM   #2
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This one was shot with almost 1 sec. (0,8'') of exposure time again @ ISO 400 under very poor lighting condition. I simply wondered what I would get away with : ) This pure output leaves enough scope for some post processing IMO.
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Old Oct 13, 2007, 8:03 PM   #3
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It seems surreal, doesn't it?

At night, and without children all around.
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Old Oct 13, 2007, 8:45 PM   #4
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You are having a great time with this new camera. It looks like one of your kids may have just left the swings before you took the first photo. I think you are going to love night photography!

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Very nice shot's especially the colorful 1st picture, again the 2nd shot simply shows you can take slow sutter speed and still have a not blurry shot that i suppose IS was on right? glad your enjoying your new toy
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Old Oct 14, 2007, 2:11 PM   #6
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TCav wrote:
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It seems surreal, doesn't it?

At night, and without children all around.
You're absolutely right! I was lucky about timingfor I shot the picture just askidschanged their toys or gone elsewhere : )

Oh, these are very relaxing places as long as you make sure your kids are safe and still there...andabove all, you canconvince the wife all about it !! :G



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You are having a great time with this new camera. It looks like one of your kids may have just left the swings before you took the first photo. I think you are going to love night photography!
Very good observation, Bob : ) Thank you!

And below you can see their next round :|


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Old Oct 14, 2007, 2:12 PM   #7
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Very nice shot's especially the colorful 1st picture, again the 2nd shot simply shows you can take slow sutter speed and still have a not blurry shot that i suppose IS was on right? glad your enjoying your new toy
Thanks forthefeedback, my friend! I liked how the pictureturned out it in the preview and fortunately I was still happy about it on the computer screen full size! Yeah, the SR was on almost all the time especially after the sun set.In my previous experinces I felt lucky if I could attain a 'not blurry' picture at exposure times below 1/10''. Now, I feel surprised if I seea blurry one!!

As for my toy, I amsome sort of 'extra'motivated to take the kids out :-)
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Old Oct 15, 2007, 4:19 AM   #8
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Great shots, the colours really stand out................musket
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Old Oct 15, 2007, 5:10 AM   #9
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Musket, thank you for your kind fedbackwhich confirms mywishbe realized about the colour renditionrequiring nopp!
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Really a great job! The color is teriffic and a clearness as well..
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