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Old Mar 17, 2006, 8:09 AM   #11
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It does look like a little camera shake is present.

I Just tried unsharp masking at 80 2.0 3 make your own mind up as to whether or not it's an improvement.




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Old Mar 17, 2006, 5:01 PM   #12
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Thanks, everybody. I'll try to keep those tips in mind. Maybe I'll pick up the 50mm f/1.8 sometime soon. I've heard good things.

Nagasaki, it does look a little better. Thanks for the help.

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Old Mar 17, 2006, 10:02 PM   #13
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Thanks, everybody. I'll try to keep those tips in mind. Maybe I'll pick up the 50mm f/1.8 sometime soon. I've heard good things.



Mine arrived today,get one soon!!!

15-20ft away,100% crop,no sharpening just levels adjustment.It was a dark and gloomy day today,

I was surprised this shot turned out,not brilliant,but stilluseable



100% crop ,no sharpening





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Old Mar 18, 2006, 3:18 AM   #14
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Nice. As soon as I have enough money, I'm getting one.

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Old Mar 20, 2006, 8:21 AM   #15
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aproper camera handholding technique helps in low lighting conditions, if you don't want to use the flash youwould need a tripod but this solution doesn't help if the subject is moving.

Using the on camera flash is not that bad and gives you good results especially if you need more depth of field, remember that using the 50 mm lens at f1.8 will have a really narrow depth of field.


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1/40 of a sec is pretty slow for indoor shooting. I would bump up or use the flash to get a faster shutter speed. It looks like camera movement to me. It does look blured.
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Old Apr 10, 2006, 11:25 AM   #17
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wow those are great. Suprized you got that close to them with that lens. Mine are always from a distance away and i have a 450mm on mine...
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Old Apr 14, 2006, 10:43 PM   #18
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Nice bird pictures. Did you take them with your Tamron lens?



DrDictionary 1: What is the time setting on your camera? Were you at the place where the car picture was taken at around 5 in the morning? That is what the exif shows. If you took it at night or some time other than at 5 am you might want to set your time up on your camera.



Again, good pictures!!


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