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Old Nov 22, 2005, 11:49 AM   #1
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With a little help from my friends as the song goes, I took these Saturday night. Thought I'd share. F2.8-125sec.-200 & 400 ISO & multi metering. Multi metering slowed the camera down but I think it helped with overall quality. A little lightening, slicht color adjustment and clarifying, and surprisingly no noise removal at all. Thanks for your help. Don
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Old Nov 22, 2005, 11:52 AM   #4
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These came out quite well. The last one is excellent.
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Old Nov 22, 2005, 4:10 PM   #7
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Great Picts!! thanks for sharing.

The noise is over there, however it is not and issue for us, rigth?.


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Old Nov 22, 2005, 4:50 PM   #8
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nice job!
I like #4 (and the others).
I did not try to work "on the dark side" of the FZs up to now.
So thanks for this lesson!
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All pics have come out very well for indoor. Sure, FZ is a good camera to possess.
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Many thanks, those look excellent, werethey takenwith an FZ30? When you say multi-metering, can you explain more, I am pretty new to the world of photography, I normally leave the metering on default (.)

Did you use a tripod or was it hand held with image stabilser on setting 1/2?

Given your exif data, you used f2.8 /125, did you use your zoom at all and what effect did that have?



Many thanks for your advice already



<edit> Sorry replied to thewrong thread, it was from the original "Night Shoot" post that you replied to.



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