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Old Sep 27, 2006, 11:18 AM   #1
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Here the Columbus is in the piers heading under the bridge. ITS 5:30 AM and dark out so shutter speed has to be kept low to let in enough light and so threfore--sorry about the blur. Oh well just consider it an action picture with movement. d 6490 camera. Andy
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Old Sep 27, 2006, 11:36 AM   #2
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Andy-

It looks like you might have got a bit of camera movement in this photo.

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Old Sep 27, 2006, 12:41 PM   #3
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I think it can be the boat !!

Because the water moves and with the long shutter speed...It can also be the camera like mtclimber sed !


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Old Sep 27, 2006, 12:54 PM   #4
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Sarah, Its dark outside and the Columbus is moving up on me like quick. Do you know how to freeze the movement and still have the ship lit up like it should be? Andy
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hehe makes the ship look like a speedboat - a ship of that size going at that speed... :G:G:G
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Old Sep 27, 2006, 7:20 PM   #6
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Andy-

You could increase the ISO speed so that you get a higher shutter speed. Or use flash. There is a lot of ship to light up in that situation. However, you could give it a try with the 6490's built-in flash boosted by a slave flash mounted on an accessory flash bracket.

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You areright Mtclimber--I could have upped the ISO speed but I did not have much time to get organized before I took that picture and i do have a flash bracket to connect the camera to but I doubt that it would have reached enough and got five hundred and some feet ofship and I did not have it along with me. Good suggestions though. Andy
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Could've tried panning... the ship would've been clear, but the dock would've been blurred that way...
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