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Old Sep 26, 2010, 12:35 AM   #1
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It was thundering today and threatening rain, so I stayed in and caught Bella playing a game on my wife's ipod. Almost no ambient light, shot with my Sony A300 and the Sony 50 f1.4 wide open at 800 iso. First one shot at 1/8th sec.



One more.... Shot at 1/15th sec.



They grow so fast...she'll be two October 13...
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Old Sep 26, 2010, 1:38 AM   #2
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She is so cute Hog... I can see grandpa in her as well great shots and yea they do lord all 8 are grown now not at that age where we though they had no clue but man they do have smarts it wits that they need to learn...
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Old Sep 26, 2010, 2:06 AM   #3
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I have faith in this generation, if for no other reason I think it's gonna take wits for them to survive.. I wish the world could be like it was in the 1950's...
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I have faith in this generation, if for no other reason I think it's gonna take wits for them to survive.. I wish the world could be like it was in the 1950's...
i agree although i wasnt born in the 50's but even when i was young there wasnt so many gadgets and it was safe to play in the street and woods she(bella) is a little cracker
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Old Sep 26, 2010, 11:31 AM   #5
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Thanks, Simon!
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I have faith in this generation, if for no other reason I think it's gonna take wits for them to survive.. I wish the world could be like it was in the 1950's...
Or the 60's that is my own times frame... the whole ten the first year with in the womb bu t the rest out side though there was crime then ... I was a victim of many....
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Great picks. They tell a story. I denoised #2 which i like the best:

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That's very good Ordo! What did you use to de noise? It worked very well..
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Hello Hawgwild. I used Neat Image plug-in for Photoshop, but this is the free version, which only works for small file sizes like this one. I'm seriously thinking in buying Topaz or Neat image full versions to work with large .tif files.
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Thanks for the info. Until I buy a new camera, I have to live with noise at iso 800 (don't shoot in that range often), so getting software makes more sense than upgrading cameras just to get a feature I seldom use . Thanks again..
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