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Red Royalty Jul 16, 2006 4:49 PM

hehe thanks :-) clever man thats a great idea, now ive got something to show my parents :|

RMR52 Jul 16, 2006 5:14 PM

Playing with light seems to be fun. Look like you had a good time and did a fine job.

Richard

Boily Jul 16, 2006 5:49 PM

Thanks Richard!!

Yeah, I got some fun taking these pictures:-)

bigdawg Jul 17, 2006 10:50 AM

All good one's Boily! I liked that last one but ....I don't see a DX6490 there at all! LOL


Dawg

Boily Jul 17, 2006 11:01 AM

Thanks Bigdawg !!

:lol:LOL

I have to say that the dx6490 was and still is a very good camera;)

En121 Aug 3, 2006 6:18 PM

Boily wrote:
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Thanks for commenting Red Royalty:cool:

To set the long exposures, you have to go in the Manual mode (M)in the P.A.S.M settings and move the shutter speed under 1 second...

For these pictures, I used some exposure times between 3 and 16 seconds!!

I used a flash light and moved it in a dark room while the camera was taking the picture;)

Boily
[align=left]I'm just wondering... Could you just go into shutter priority mode and set the shutter speed, then it would set the Aperture accordingly? And get the same result? :)

-En121[/align]

wizbummer Aug 3, 2006 8:47 PM

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I love long exposure shots :-)

Was that an LED flashlight?

And don't you mean exposures OVER 1 second ;)

Boily Aug 4, 2006 9:24 AM



Yes it was a led flash light and exposures were between 3 and 16 seconds!!

I see that you did yours withsom cake sparkles;)
Great picture:cool:



Boily Aug 4, 2006 9:27 AM

Quote:

I'm just wondering... Could you just go into shutter priority mode and set the shutter speed, then it would set the Aperture accordingly? And get the same result? :)

Yes it would work but here is a little tip!!

Do you know that F2.8 is sharper than F8.0?

Now that you know it, you should always use F2.8, I personally think that the results are superior:-)

So in the Manual mode you just have to set the aperture to F2.8 and put the good shutter speed!

Boily

Morag2 Aug 4, 2006 9:52 AM

Are you sure Boily? I could have sworn that the higher the f-stop the sharper your pictures would be... because I usually use low f-stops to get a blurred background and just one point in focus...


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