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Old Oct 18, 2006, 3:11 AM   #1
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Old Oct 18, 2006, 3:29 AM   #5
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Hi Bigdawg

What a amazing shots , beautiful composition, looking like a drawing. have some noise on some photos but still make good effect.

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Old Oct 18, 2006, 12:06 PM   #6
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Thanks rajiv! The noise is unavoidable at those light levels. The resolution of the 4mp DX6490 just can't handle that low a light level! One of the drawbacks of low light shooting. Also one of the reasons I'm soon moving up to a Pentax K10D DSLR. At 10 mp and a lot more lens and arperture and shutter speeds to choose from, I can unleash some of the pent up photographer's frustration caused by a fixed lens camera! Not that I won't still use the DX...It has so many uses for walk abouts!

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Old Oct 18, 2006, 2:00 PM   #7
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great shots dawg! i like the sepia effect on the pictures, al lot of noise in some parts though, were you taking it at -100 ISO becsue i remember you said you never used to go over ISO 100
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Great shots, Dawg! I really like the first and thirdpictures. These are really good.











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Great shots!

really like 1 and 2 and i think the little parts that do have noise just adds to the pic!

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Thanks guys. The Exif data shows that they were all shot at ISO 80. The arperture varied with the amount of zoom I used. Somewhere between f/3.2 and f/3.7. The Sepia tone is the actual color and the photo was shot in color. The high pressure sodium lights my neighbors are using have an orangish glow and at 16 -8 second exposures the light (with Auto white balance in use) can make either a Sepia tone or an orange tone or a greenish tone! The autop white balance will move it from ons side of the color scale to another according to the light levels it has to deal with!Below is an example for you to ponder the next time you are night shooting.....

The first one is at 12 seconds and f/3.2
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