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Old Oct 22, 2012, 9:07 PM   #1
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I seem to be collecting a lot of these of the fall leaves on the different parks around here, reflected in water (basically a 50/50 split through the center). This one was near dark, so I was a little braver with the ISO than I normally am, with the 45200. I cropped it to 16x9 because I just liked it better that way (and thought it would be a cool desktop).


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Old Oct 22, 2012, 10:04 PM   #2
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Yeah repetitive I know. :P

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... so I was a little braver with the ISO than I normally am, with the 45200.
When I read the above, 45200 ISO (well that is how i read it) I'm first thinking wow, that's crazy iso levels so where is the noise in the shot. Then the light switch goes on and I realize you are referring to your Pany 45-200 lens...

The couple on the dock provides a nice finish on the first shot as the eye scans left to right. Nice water reflections as how the near shore seems to blur out a tad softer than the forest behind. The windmill in the last shot is a bit jarring above the waterline but very attractive below in the reflections. I'd be curious to see this as a 16 x 9, cropped just at the beach line and processed to pop the water reflection colours
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When I read the above, 45200 ISO (well that is how i read it) I'm first thinking wow, that's crazy iso levels so where is the noise in the shot. Then the light switch goes on and I realize you are referring to your Pany 45-200 lens...
Haha, funny story about that--I had spilled iced tea on my keyboard and forgot that not all of the keys work.

I agree about the windmill. I wish it wasn't bare aluminum surrounded by a security fence. Haha.
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