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Old Dec 3, 2006, 4:24 PM   #1
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Still not as good as yours, VP, but much better than I've done before.
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Final - cooling their heals, after a hot walk on the sand.
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Looks like you are off to a good start! What settings did you use? I didn't see EXIF info.

Practice, practice, practice:-) Something I still need plenty of:-):-)
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Hi VP -

I used Shutter at 800, F9 with ec -1, ISO 200. I set it completely manually from a stationary test reading, as I know the camera will jump all over the place in conditions like this, if you leave the metering to it. Also, I was using continuous focusing, as you suggested.

As I said, I don't think these are as good as yours, yet. I'll "practice, practice, practice"...some more!

Thanks, again for your help.
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