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Old Feb 6, 2007, 7:44 PM   #1
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Just uploaded two more concert photos taken in summer

One very unconventional . I like this one and can't figure why I did not upload that in summer




This one is more conventional



All maxed out on iso 1600 and low light with my FA135mmF2.8.

Original and exif at
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Old Feb 6, 2007, 9:30 PM   #2
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those are some great shots Daniel
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Old Feb 6, 2007, 10:11 PM   #3
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I apologize in advance but my mean streak is on a rampage today.




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Daniel,

These shots look great, did you run them thru any noise reduction programs ?

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Daniel, I can't believe you once contemplated selling your FA 135mm. With pictures like those all I can say is you did AWESOME!
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Fred2726 wrote:
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Daniel,

These shots look great, did you run them thru any noise reduction programs ?

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Fred,

They are straight from camera. If you look at the originalexif, there is quite a bit of noise. It hides itself in inconpicuous area (black jacket at the right lower) . Light wasenough to make the subject stand out and almost noise free though. I got as much light as possible and F6.7 was needed to get both subject in focus. I did have support on the back of the seat in front of me.




1/60 sec

Aperture
f/6.7

ISO Equivalent
1600
It all depends on the occasion/lighting on the spot


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Daniel, I can't believe you once contemplated selling your FA 135mm. With pictures like those all I can say is you did AWESOME!
I do not collect lens and I use them. A difficult decision was made to ebay my M135mm3.5. I am sure with same setting (F6.7) , the latter would be just as sharp. I am getting lazier and I retain the FA version.

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