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Old Aug 19, 2014, 1:25 PM   #1
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We had a series of teachings at the Temple. Lighting is a combination of daylight and compact flourescent, always fun. I like this one because everything came together way better than the low light led be to expect (1/50 sec at f/2.8 so not much DOF).


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Old Aug 19, 2014, 3:45 PM   #2
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You really nailed the lighting on that shot, Ted. It is very hard to get the right hue when you have mixed lighting that also includes florescent. All the colors came out natural looking in that shot. Well done.
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You really nailed the lighting on that shot, Ted. It is very hard to get the right hue when you have mixed lighting that also includes florescent. All the colors came out natural looking in that shot. Well done.
Thanks, Steven. At ISO 1250 this was at the limit of the E5 for a good photo without noise.
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I agree with Steven. Considering the conditions, it's amazing you got the shot at all let alone as appealing as it is.
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Thanks, Alan!
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Must have been a difficult shot to made, I also agree with what Steven and Alan are saying.
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