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Old Apr 9, 2005, 10:46 AM   #1
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Took these the other day at the St bart's hospital and the London MUseum - all hand held, manual, ISO50/100 and USM at 40%.

I tried taking a few pics of the chapel itself, first without a flash at ISO200/400 but when viewed in PSHOP at 100% there was just way too much noise. I tried using the 383 with the FZ as well, but ended up just overexposing the pict's. Any tips or hints on using the 383 would be really appreaciated. I'll post a pict of the chapel as soon as I can.

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Old Apr 9, 2005, 10:47 AM   #2
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Inside St Bart's hospital Chapel
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Old Apr 9, 2005, 10:48 AM   #3
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Pegasous - outside the Museum
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Nice shots HarjTT, thanx for sharing. Irecently learned of a church not too far from here that has a large crucifiction and a few shrines, all out doors. I think ill go try to take some pics today, thanks for the inspiration!

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HarjTT...I use a diffuser on a 422D and it allows you to light up the scene without harsh highlights and strong shadows. 2cents.
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Old Apr 9, 2005, 12:52 PM   #7
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How did the move from Outer Mongolia go ? Thanks for the tip on the diffuser - I tried everything :roll: including bouncing the flash off the ceiling but nothing worked.

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Just glad to share the pics. Hadn;t been inside a church for years so was glad that I had the cam with me.

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harjtt you can use the empty vitamin bottle for a diffuser. Just cut out enough to slide it over the head of your 383 and it does the same job as a stofen diffuser.

I liked all your shots and love what you share.
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Very nice Harj. Love the water wheel - what an interesting photo-find! too bad it wasn't operational :-). The christ carved from wood and the stained glass are also favourites.
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Very nice series... Partial to the crucifix, and the stained glass. Another "makeshift" diffuser I've heard folks use, is a white plastic bag.

Still, I'm really likin' the Lumiquest Pro because it comes with colored inserts... It's pricey at $40 US, considering it probably costs $5 in labor and material to make, but it really makes a big difference.
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