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Old Jul 18, 2006, 9:36 AM   #11
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Hi daniel.

So far i've been trying with iso in Auto mode. Later i'll try the setting you just gave me and i will post theresult. Altough today isvery cloudy..... And here is the result after i used auto contrast in PS.
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Old Jul 18, 2006, 12:09 PM   #12
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Minor improvement. We are not talking about post processing (pp). Here is one good example of other guru helping out with spectacular result of a hummingbird pict.
http://www.stevesforums.com/forums/v...mp;forum_id=80.
The biggest secret of Pentax is the stellar performance of high iso pict.
There are no lack of great pict coming from 1600 or with pp even 3200 iso.
No harm in trying in that direction which does not cost you anything,

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So far i've been trying with iso in Auto mode. Later i'll try the setting you just gave me and i will post theresult. Altough today isvery cloudy..... And here is the result after i used auto contrast in PS.
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Old Jul 18, 2006, 12:45 PM   #13
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I've tried out your sugestions and here are the results:

Focal Leght:24mm; F/8; 1/750s; ISO 400 and Exposure compensation: 0 step
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Focal Leght:31mm; F/8; 1/1500s; ISO 800 and Exposure compensation: +0.5 step
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re.¬* 3 rd & 4th¬* Pict
Does it look more satisfactory to you than the first one you posted? I do. It is likely that these two were taken another time when there was sunlight.
Also the exposure was overcompensated a bit as you have additional¬* natural light coming in contrary to the first one.
Any ps¬* improvement¬* may probably be minor . Hey that is a challenge to Crashman!

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