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fgreenhut Dec 9, 2004 4:32 PM

Thanks Brian.
Great shot too. I would imagine you used a tripod.

Fred

nafta Dec 9, 2004 6:21 PM

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I'd like to see you guys post some pictures of people in lowlight conditions with the settings mentioned

For me that's a greater challenge than still scenerys because you don't have the time to take the shot over and over again untill you get it the way you want it.

Let's make a little contest out of itwith the rules being no flash, just tripod, indoor low lighting, subjects; people

Maybe some of us can learn something.

Here's a start

Anyone up for the challenge?

1/8 3.20 75mm iso 140 tripod no flash

nafta Dec 9, 2004 6:30 PM

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and another one

1/8 3.20 380mm iso 140 tripod no flash

brianhare Dec 9, 2004 6:54 PM

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Well,,,i have tons,,,but i do not post pics of people on the internet,,,any i know wouldn`t like it....

Here`s a pic of Sarah the minature schnauzer in low light......she figures she`s a person.....

Brian

brianhare Dec 9, 2004 7:02 PM

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Here`s another interesting one,,sorry,,no people..



Brian

Cold Snail Dec 12, 2004 12:29 AM

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Brian.

I thought that your wife took the moody Sarah photo?

If this is a lowlight mini comp, here's one of mine.


Edit:ISO 80, M mode, centre spot metering, f4.5 at 3 seconds.







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