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Old Jan 5, 2006, 4:01 AM   #711
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great shot! is that the complete 9mp photo resized or a cropped version?

if it's the complete photo, a crop would still give you a great result and isolate the owl. nice done!
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Old Jan 5, 2006, 6:17 AM   #712
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From the noise I suspect a very high iso was used. Maybe a crop wouldn't look that good. As is the picture quality is fine, ie: the noise isn't obtrusive.
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Old Jan 5, 2006, 6:27 AM   #713
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Exif says it was shot at 200 iso
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Old Jan 5, 2006, 6:30 AM   #714
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great shot! is that the complete 9mp photo resized or a cropped version?

if it's the complete photo, a crop would still give you a great result and isolate the owl. nice done!Thank you. It is the complete photo,a t ISO is 200.
Thank you. It is the complete photo, unsharpened, at ISO 200. I believe the noise was increased by the reduction necessary to get down to the required file size.

Iagree about isolating the subject, which in fact I tried in thisother and closershot:
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Old Jan 5, 2006, 8:59 AM   #715
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Did you happen to try using the 2x digital zoom to get even closer to the owl?
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Old Jan 5, 2006, 9:49 AM   #716
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Did you happen to try using the 2x digital zoom to get even closer to the owl?
Yes, I did. This is the only way to reach the equivalent 35mm focal length of 600mm
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Old Jan 5, 2006, 1:51 PM   #717
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first experiment with multiple exposures in 1 photo :-)
Taken in my livingroom about 30 mins ago, with not much light.
a wireless mouse on the edge of my couch, shot at iso800 , 5 exposures total.
The shots were maximum underexposed and the photo has got some pp, cropped, smaller size, bit less brightness, bit less red and added some blue.
From this I can tell that I need to underexpose the shots quite a lot, especially when taking 4 or 5 exposures.
But the result is cool anyway :-)

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Old Jan 5, 2006, 2:06 PM   #718
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another one, 2 exposures, 1 second for each , iso100, F3.5, resized, cropped, and a little level adjustment.

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Geez Proton, with that many mice in my living room I'd get a cat or two if I were you :G

Interesting shots & effect-the second one has a nice quality about it.
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Old Jan 5, 2006, 5:21 PM   #720
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Hey there everyone,

Im new to the forums here and have been taking photographs with my s9500 for a couple of months now and im still undecided as to whether i have a dud or not, i have managed to take some shots that i am very pleased with and have taken many shots that have made me doubt the ability of the camera. I post my decent images here http://community.dcmag.co.uk/photos/...egory1343.aspx

The problems i have are with soft focus, sometimes they arent soft though, however they are soft 100% of the time when shot in macro/super macro, there is also alot of blurring in the corners of the shot. I know this camera and its settings well but i cant figure out why some shots are great and others arent even when the settings are the same. my serial number is 53Q16394.
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