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Old Oct 11, 2006, 9:51 PM   #1
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Forgot some last photos from fall foilage on the Credit River!!!!
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Very, very nice Annie. I sure am happy that you are posting photos of your beautiful country side. I love the fall colors.
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Very pretty Annie! We don't have much color here yet, thanks for sharing yours and putting me in an autumn mood. Donna
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Absoutely beautiful photos Annie. I noticed on the EXIF info that you used ISO 400. Could you tell me your reasoning for the high ISO? Does that do something that Ihave not been aware of?

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d-sr: Thank you for the comments. Most of that day I was trying out my new Hoya Infrared filter and I had the ISO on that setting for experimenting. I usually always use ISO 80 or 100. Out of curiousity, I am not sure what you mean by the EXIF information. Would luv it if you could explain it to me.



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Great pictures, as usual, Annie !* *I'm afraid that's about it for the Fall colours this year.* Now we have to find interesting winter scenes !!!* Looking forward to more of your posts.* Cheers.
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