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12-11-12 05:07 AM
lisa kelly Hey nice pics dude i really like them........keep it up.
Lisa Kelly
05-15-11 05:52 PM
RiceBoy Hey guys,

I'm back from my 2 weeks in Hong Kong (actually have been back for 3 weeks now), and have finally posted some photos up on my Flickr site.

Hong Kong - April 2011 - a set on Flickr

Here's one for a sneak peek...

03-22-11 08:59 PM
Spade
02-15-11 01:24 AM
Clapoti Nice pics
02-14-11 11:07 PM
MC Teg Sweet ride Integra guy





My "new" motorcycle I picked two weeks ago

01-28-11 08:18 PM
integra_guy

10-29-10 04:02 PM
MC Teg Yeah ISO 800 is the threshold on this camera. 1600 and 3200 become real evident. You can probably spot alot noise in the fireworks blown at 100% but it does well in the darks (as far as I can tell on my monitor).
10-29-10 03:38 PM
Slynky
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Originally Posted by MC Teg View Post
This is the EXIF of that shot:

Shutter - 1/30 sec
Aperture - 2.8
ISO - 800

Wanted to use the 12-24mm f/4 but couldn't get steady enough, all came out blurry. So I used my 35mm f/1.8 for all those shots I posted. Possibly the best lens I have in my gear for now.
Not bad. Wide open, somewhat slow, and jacked to 800. Your 800 doesn't have too much color noise at all.
10-29-10 03:19 PM
MC Teg
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Originally Posted by Slynky View Post
Damn, how did I miss that post !?

Fireworks is ALWAYS so much fun to shoot.

But, that pumpkin head! You see, I figured you slowed down the shutter speed to get that lit up as well as you did but I see people are in focus, too, so you must have move the ISO way up.

Good shots, Ian !
This is the EXIF of that shot:

Shutter - 1/30 sec
Aperture - 2.8
ISO - 800

Wanted to use the 12-24mm f/4 but couldn't get steady enough, all came out blurry. So I used my 35mm f/1.8 for all those shots I posted. Possibly the best lens I have in my gear for now.
10-29-10 02:55 PM
Slynky Damn, how did I miss that post !?

Fireworks is ALWAYS so much fun to shoot.

But, that pumpkin head! You see, I figured you slowed down the shutter speed to get that lit up as well as you did but I see people are in focus, too, so you must have move the ISO way up.

Good shots, Ian !
10-29-10 02:44 PM
MC Teg Thanks

That show was dope. One of the best firework scene I've ever seen before. It was just so damn bright!
10-22-10 02:30 AM
Clapoti Love the pumpkin shot too
10-21-10 07:09 PM
RPhilMan1 HOLY BRIGHT FIREWORKS, BATMAN!

And wow, so much definition and clarity on that pumpkin shot.

Awesome.
10-21-10 05:33 PM
MC Teg Aight Chuck, something different besides bridges this time

Went to Disneyland last week! Unfortunely, I only got a couple good shots because I forgot to charge the battery the first night and it was raining all day the second dayI was down there. The only time I got to use the camera was for the Disneyland Halloween party.





10-09-10 12:00 PM
Clapoti Some very nice shots
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