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Old Jun 20, 2004, 6:21 AM   #1
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hi guys and gals.....well starting to play, experiment with my lil trusty fuji S3000 and i wondered how much "blur" i can get on moving water so here is a auto shot and a F8,2 shot, Quite a noticable difference




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Old Jun 20, 2004, 6:22 AM   #2
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and because i couldn't figure out how to get 2 pictures in one lil space...here is the F8.2 one...lol
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Old Jun 20, 2004, 6:25 AM   #3
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personally i like the second one better. basically because the blur of the water makes it a better pic....but i'm very open to objective views etc, As I'm still very much a newbie in digital photograghy and the use of ps 7, But keeping a very open mind on others opinions

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so what were the auto settings, what F stop???

I like the second best as well


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i like the motion on the second one better..

it does seem a little dark though :-\

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Old Jun 20, 2004, 1:44 PM   #6
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aladyforty, i have actually no idea what the F stop is on auto, But according to the handbook it comes with these settings, Auto , F2.8, F4.8 and F8.2, with a shutter spd if 1/2 to 1/5000, So i'm hoping that will help, the pics where on 2 meg as well



and vito in answer to your dark question..........yea it was a very overcast day and where thearea is situated is in a park reserve whhich is surrounded by big hills
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Old Jun 21, 2004, 11:58 AM   #7
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Hi,
I love the silky water alway's.
Shutterspeeds of arround 1/20seconds should allready do that a bit.

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