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Old May 1, 2010, 11:15 PM   #1
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Default Finally get out with the HS10.....

Finally got a good day and able to get out of the shop for an afternoon cruise around Mount Desert Island. All pictures are JPEG right out of the camera with a polarizing filter, resized for upload. Please feel free to comment & give advice for improvement - I know some are not that great.

Washed the 'Vette and got under way......

First stop - Manset town dock:



Actually brokered this boat - twice....



Here's a panorama......



Wide angle across the harbor....
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Same shot 720 zoom......



All shots handheld.
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Last is very soft, no doubt caused by your use of ISO 100 which gave you a shutter speed of 1/200 sec. Might be worth bumping up the ISO on long range shots to get the shutter speed up around 1/1000 sec even with the IS.
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Last is very soft, no doubt caused by your use of ISO 100 which gave you a shutter speed of 1/200 sec. Might be worth bumping up the ISO on long range shots to get the shutter speed up around 1/1000 sec even with the IS.
Did you use a tripod for the last shot?

Aside from the last shot, I find all of them pretty darned good.
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Last is very soft, no doubt caused by your use of ISO 100 which gave you a shutter speed of 1/200 sec. Might be worth bumping up the ISO on long range shots to get the shutter speed up around 1/1000 sec even with the IS.
Thanks Ed - I will try to remember that.
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Did you use a tripod for the last shot?

No tripod - forgot to bring it.



Aside from the last shot, I find all of them pretty darned good.
Thanks!



Posting a few more now......
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Default Nest batch - same harbor.....

They'll be lots of these in the harbors in a couple months....



Watch the mountain in the middle.....



Zoomed....



And digital zoom......



Again, handheld no support.
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Last is very soft, no doubt caused by your use of ISO 100 which gave you a shutter speed of 1/200 sec. Might be worth bumping up the ISO on long range shots to get the shutter speed up around 1/1000 sec even with the IS.
How do you view the EXIF info on pictures posted here?
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I use Opanda IExif 2, load it (its free), then right click on a web image and select view Exif.
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Default And a few more from yesterday.....

Different harbor....











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Summer "cottages" across the harbor (not very sharp - need to work on that).......





I think I got this one pretty sharp.....

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Nice series, Gary! Are these straight from the camera?
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