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Old Dec 28, 2013, 2:09 PM   #1
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Default lilly at iso3200

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indoor flower shot ( basement using a 100W trouble light )

f10 shutter 60 iso 3200 tripod
I am happy with the iso 3200 results

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Old Dec 28, 2013, 2:16 PM   #2
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Nicely done Fred. Did you take any at lower ISO settings for comparison?
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Old Dec 28, 2013, 3:40 PM   #3
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Nicely done Fred. Did you take any at lower ISO settings for comparison?
thank you chiPerse1

f 6.0 shutter 100 iso 1600
f 6.0 DOF made a nice difference vs f 10.0
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Old Dec 28, 2013, 11:29 PM   #4
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Those are both excellent shots Fred. I think I prefer the added DOF of the shot at f10, but I would be proud to claim either one.
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It's good to see someone has some nice colors to shoot this time of the year, even if in a basement And nice blooms at that. There's definitely nothing wrong with what I'm seeing here at ISO 3200.
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Both images are remarkable. I like the additional DOF of the flower in #1 but prefer the bokeh of the background in #2. Perhaps a little Photoshop is in order. ;-)
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The 3200 shot is indeed a great picture. I am surprised with the results.
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Thank you very much for looking and the comments
Steven, Greg, chiPersei and James
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great shots FredS ... one question what is a "100w trouble light" I'm guessing that's Canadian for something else, eh?
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great shots FredS ... one question what is a "100w trouble light" I'm guessing that's Canadian for something else, eh?
thanks ramcewan

Nope, Not only in Canada but also in the US eh
Check out Wallmart

http://www.walmart.com/search/search...h_constraint=0

100w trouble light

A 100 Watt bulb in one of these and Tin Fold backing
Available at your Local Walmart store. A Great light source

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