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Old Feb 8, 2007, 5:47 PM   #1
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Haven't had time to go out and shoot for nearly a month at all but I think I've made up for it in the last three days. Lots fo slow hand held night shots - 1/10s at ISO400.

1. ISO 400, f5.6 @ 1/3s - (looks a bit too dark now)



2. The Docks - ISO200 [email protected] 1/30s



3. On the way to work this morning - ISo200 f5.0 @1/50s




4. Downtown Soho - last night. ISO 400 f5.6 @1/160s



5. "Filing up" - taken near the office this morning during the downpour



The rest of the shots you can find here :

http://harjtt.smugmug.com/gallery/1827318

and here: http://harjtt.smugmug.com/gallery/1670767

The E1 and the 14-54's weatherproofing came in really handy today with all fo that snow and at times rain as I didnt haev to worry about using it. Until today I had never really thought about that quality of the camera at all.

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Old Feb 8, 2007, 9:25 PM   #2
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very nice Harj
I especially like the canal dock
the deep darkness of the cranes against the grey background
do you use a UV filter ?

man I remember that slush from wet snow

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Old Feb 9, 2007, 12:40 PM   #3
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Hi Riley,

Thanks for the comments - I've got a Hoya Super Pro1 UV filter 67mm permanently on the 14-54mm. I had thought I'd messed up the dock shot but luckily shot it in RAW and was able to rescue it. Looked even better as a B&W than in colour.

I was really thinking how much better the 11-22 would have been for most of those shots but I've just got to make do for now. I'm waiting to see what turns up at PMA from Oly/PanaLeica/Sigma hopefully theyre'll be a nice 35-100 f2.8.

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hi Harj
yes looking at the nature of your style
wider would sometimes suit you better
especially since the less wide end is beyond the 14mm anyway
and its not like it suffers from weird distortions

dont forget there is a 12mm in the pipeline from Oly

one thing though, the 11-22mm takes 72mm filters
which has meant I have had to standardise up to 72
and Im waiting on my Hoya multicoated supply to land here
using a single Tiffen until then

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