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Old Oct 7, 2012, 3:00 AM   #1
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Default A Couple FZ200 Shots

Garden :

i liked this one vivid red plant amid the green, but i don't think i got the colours too good, might try again today.

Garage :

just snapped this cos it was pretty dim w/ bright sun coming through the vent. there's a door and window behind me but i'm looking towards the sun, ie it wasn't behind me, coming in to light the scene. i hit the iAuto option and just snapped to see how the cam handled dimness.

and....the Moon!

was up in a lightening sky when i got back from my ride this AM so i tried a few more shots cos i think i was way overexposing the last time. i think if i'd tripoded it i might've got closer and sharper but i'm pretty chuffed. was a bit chilly and i was still panting a bit (i'm an unfit bugger ) so i think there mighta been a bit hand tremble going on.
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Old Oct 7, 2012, 5:55 AM   #2
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Cracking moon shot
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Old Oct 7, 2012, 12:27 PM   #3
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The first photo appears to be overexposed. I love the moon shot! Was that with the camera alone, or with a close-up lens?
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Agree with Carol, the moon shot is wonderful, but the garden shot is over-exposed. Those areas of bright sun and strong shade are REALLY hard to expose well.
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Old Oct 9, 2012, 2:27 AM   #5
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cheers all.
i think i can get a sharper moon w/ a bit practice and more time/effort setting values as opposed to grabbing a quick shot.
yeah, definitely overexposed but i like the depth of field on it.
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Nice moon.

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