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Old Mar 15, 2009, 11:03 PM   #11
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hey steve,
if you're going to shoot macros then you'll need more DOF. for a first time these are maybe ok.. shooting DFs is really kind of hard because of their size. this is at 1:1

this is at 4-5:1

here'stwo at 1:3-4 w/200/4 at f16 w/68mm ETs. different PP..


how about a reversed 50mm ??


why shoot something and post what's blurry??
all shot at f11-16 with flash...
EXIF is there.. ck it out..

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Old Mar 16, 2009, 7:03 AM   #12
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Steve, like some of the others have mentioned, I try to keep my ISO at 1250 or below. However, one of the nice things about the combo of the K20d and good noise reduction software is that you can still get usable shots above that. I took this shot with my Bigma at 500mm yesterday morning in dreary, foggy conditions. I was trying for some in-flight shots of small birds, so I was pushing to keep shutter speed up and upped the ISO to 2500 with +0.7 EV compensation. This is a 100% crop.



Noiseware Standard Edition was used for noise reduction with the default settings profile.

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paul,
i'm impressed.. iso2500??? think i'm heading to buydig..

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