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Old Oct 19, 2008, 12:07 PM   #1
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Hi All

Here are some Shots from my recent (Yearly) trip to Cape Cod Mass. We Got there early and i thought, why not take some Shots at night.
After Arriving to Shot. i realize i left my 50mm 1.4 at Home . So here's is a few that Came out the Best. All taken with the Pentax 28-105 3.2-4.5

This First is a local Beach. The island in the left side of the Picture is Martha's Vineyard
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Old Oct 19, 2008, 12:09 PM   #2
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This Shot Is of the harbor. This harbor is used for all sorts of Boats, Up to and including Ferry's To Nantucket and Martha Vineyard.
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Old Oct 19, 2008, 12:10 PM   #3
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This last Shot is of the light house at Nobska Point
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Wohoo - nice captures. I hope you shoot in RAW and try some dynamic range increase on the harbor shot for example or the lighthouse?
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That brings back some memories. My wife and I spent several days of our honeymoon in Hyannis. Perhaps you have a shot of Mildred's Chowder House, assuming it's still there. The best New England clam chowder I've ever tasted. Not sure the town it was in, but it was near Hyannis. I like all the shots, but number 2 is especially well done.

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Old Oct 19, 2008, 12:42 PM   #6
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Hi

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No, these shots were taken JPG. If i had more time i would have liked to taken Shots in RAW. But the family was Nagging at me To get going. Maybe next year and this time i will remember the 50MM

Glenn

These shots were taken in Falmouth on the lower cape. We moved up to Hyannis the next day. I Will look Up Mildreds Chowder house and see if its Still around.

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I like both of the last two. I don't know that HDR would be an improvement though, I like the dark moodiness of the exposure as it is.

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It sounds like Mildred's is gone from reading this post.. http://dinesite.com/info/review-read...&t=2560514
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I like both of the last two. I don't know that HDR would be an improvement though, I like the dark moodiness of the exposure as it is.

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Thanks, Tim

I agree. I Don't think that HDR would help. Plus i am Not a big Fan of HDR Anyway.
I am going to try again next year with the 50MM 1.4 and see if it will make a difference.

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It sounds like Mildred's is gone from reading this post.. http://dinesite.com/info/review-read...&t=2560514
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Thanks for the info.

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