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Old Feb 12, 2011, 4:01 PM   #11
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I never thought to crop , i'm really pleased with this now

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Really nice shot, good job!
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That's awesome. Especially #2. That's something I've always wanted to try.
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That's awesome. Especially #2. That's something I've always wanted to try.

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Wow, that's gorgeous! Great clarity to be able to crop and enlarge that much....10 second exposure without a tripod? That's pretty impressive. I guess you had the camera sitting stationery on the steps. What was your ISO?
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Wow, that's gorgeous! Great clarity to be able to crop and enlarge that much....10 second exposure without a tripod? That's pretty impressive. I guess you had the camera sitting stationery on the steps. What was your ISO?
Yes i put the camera on the steps (that's why my foot was visible in the original) ISO was 80 . I saw this pic earlier , a guy on Gumtree selling his P100 and thought it was a great photo

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