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Forum: Newbie Help Feb 3, 2006, 2:39 PM
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Posted By JimC
Angel L. wrote: Not unless it's equipped...

Angel L. wrote:

Not unless it's equipped with headlights. ;-)



Different lighting has different color temperatures. The human eye may see white as white in a variety of lighting, but the...
Forum: Newbie Help Feb 2, 2006, 3:42 PM
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Posted By JimC
That softens it a bit (but, you get a lot of...

That softens it a bit (but, you get a lot of noise to remove brightening an underexposed ISO 800). ;-)

Do these steps on the full size originals, and set JPEG Quality to max in Picasa when...
Forum: Newbie Help Feb 2, 2006, 3:32 PM
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Posted By JimC
Then, I ran it through the free edition of...

Then, I ran it through the free edition of Noiseware (defaults except for sharpening at +1).
Forum: Newbie Help Feb 2, 2006, 3:31 PM
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Posted By JimC
Let us know if you mind us posting edits of your...

Let us know if you mind us posting edits of your images and we can remove them.

Here is one of your underexposed images taken at F2.2, iso800, 1/500 second after Picasa (free download). Note the...
Forum: Newbie Help Feb 2, 2006, 1:20 PM
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Posted By JimC
Both 24 and 26 were both at 1/200 second, f/2.4...

Both 24 and 26 were both at 1/200 second, f/2.4 and ISO 800 (you said 1/500 second for 24). That's why the exposure looks about the same for them.

That's abouit the best you're going to be able to...
Forum: Newbie Help Feb 2, 2006, 11:31 AM
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Posted By JimC
What you're changing is exposure compensation. ...

What you're changing is exposure compensation.

If you use a - EV setting, then the camera will expose the image darker than it normally would. This can give you faster shutter speeds if you're...
Forum: Newbie Help Feb 1, 2006, 5:02 PM
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Posted By JimC
Angel: Your Sony is better than most...

Angel:

Your Sony is better than most non-DLSR models in lower light (because it's lens is twice as bright as most at it's wide angle position, with even more difference in favor of your Sony at...
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