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Old Jun 18, 2009, 5:52 PM   #11
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Glad to see I'm not the only one fighting this problem.
I find when I stop everything down far enough to avoid blow outs, then the rest of the image is way too dark or the ISO is so hi I have more noise than detail.
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C’est La guerre (so goes the war). Perhaps the answer is the new K7, as I understand it will take bracketed shots with one shutter click. Then using those images with the software package that mtngal has would give us the dynamic range we may need to overcome the issues at hand. So for maybe 13 grand or so we can have a nice picture of an Snowy White Egret.

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LOL! yeah, either that or wait and take there picture in a shady place!
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Lou - the reflection in the second is awesome, but I especially like the action in the 3rd shot. Some great work there - thanks for sharing!
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Old Jun 19, 2009, 8:38 PM   #14
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Lou - the reflection in the second is awesome, but I especially like the action in the 3rd shot. Some great work there - thanks for sharing!
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Thanks for the kind comments and glad you enjoyed them.
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