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Old Mar 11, 2006, 2:12 AM   #21
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Strangerbob_leitchjphessThe Winemaker, you guys have all posted some great pictures in here! This forum has taught me a lot about photography and helped me out tremendously. In December I didn't even know a thing about aperture, exposure, framing etc..



here are a few of my s9000 sample shots, some I have posted in other threads, others I have not. I like this thread, I really had to search a lot for sample pics when I was considering this camera.

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Old Mar 11, 2006, 2:13 AM   #22
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Old Mar 11, 2006, 2:14 AM   #23
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lunch time for the bee
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Old Mar 11, 2006, 2:16 AM   #25
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one of the first days with the s9000
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Some great pictures there Aaron. There's obviously nothing wrong with your camera , or the way you use it !
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Great picutres there, Aaron !! I especially like the worker bee and the top one of the sunset with the High Voltage lines. The composition is excellent on them.


Now, the one of the stream. Sometime shoot a stream with Shutter priority and slow the speed down to 1/2 second or so even 1 second. You will have to use a tripod, but the water will "flow" and be quite interesting.

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Thanks stranger and winemaker! Speaking of the stream winemaker, I know what you mean about shutter speed but didn't get to play with it until later, I did some of those as well. it is so much fun to experiment with this camera



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Very nice stream picture!! I did a sunset tonight with my S9000 here in SW Michigan. This is about 30 feet from our back door looking to the west. I live out in the country (YEA!!) It's taken with bracketing exposure and used Adobe CS2 and Fred Miranda DRI Pro+ program to increase the dynaic range of the picture. I think it turned out pretty nice. There were some very nice shots but in the taking you have to choose expose for the sunset and the shadows are gone, or expose for the ground and then the sunset and sky is all washed out in high lights. I shot over and under by 1 stop on a bracket. (choose bracket on the camera and EV 1 for the exposure)




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