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Old 01-09-2009, 09:19 PM   #16
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Lighthouse in Kaua'i.

sigh, ya know life just isn't fair...we have about a foot of snow on the ground and another foot expected and then i see this photo.....
playing around with some new lightroom presets i just loaded
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Old 01-11-2009, 06:19 PM   #18
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I was in my car trying to get a steady shot with the side of the door when a car came by thus the light in the foreground....still trying to get a good nightshot.

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New to photography board, but not DIS. I figured I'd post a pic on here now and then as I'm just taking up the hobby of photography (other than snapping pics of friends and family) and loving it! I have no experience and welcome any advice to help better my hobby. I am well versed with photoshop though so that helps a little!

I was pretty stoked about getting this right - I wanted to focus past a fence and shoot a pic of some owls at a local aviary. The color is a little bright but I wasn't as worried about the settings for getting the correct color as I was just trying to get rid of the fence - I know I can mess with the color later. They are located behind a fence and under an intense red heat lamp. It was about 5pm on a pretty cold day here in MD and I didn't have my tripod handy. I was shooting with my Canon Rebel and using a Sigma 70-300mm lens. I know this is for the Canon POTD so I figure I'll just post pics here from time to time for now since I don't have any fabulous WDW pics yet.
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Old 01-11-2009, 08:36 PM   #22
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The moon tonight. I think I sharpened it a little too much, but oh well.







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Old 01-12-2009, 06:35 AM   #23
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Those moon pics are awesome! We tried to even SEE the moon here for the last two nights but it's been too thick with fog so I'm glad to see the pics of Mr. Moon instead! I really like them!
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This was my attempt at the moon last night. Shot handheld with 55-250mm IS.



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from yesterday's excursion, before i ended up unintentionally making snow angels, at least i didn't fall all the way into the lake
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Old 01-12-2009, 04:02 PM   #26
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THAT is AWESOME! I don't know how you held so steady!
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THAT is AWESOME! I don't know how you held so steady!
his exposure was 1/400 of a second so that is pretty fast plus his focal length( adding the crop factor in) = his shutter speed so that helps you be able to hold it steady enough to get the shot you want( not taking anything away from it, it's still a good capture)
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his exposure was 1/400 of a second so that is pretty fast plus his focal length( adding the crop factor in) = his shutter speed so that helps you be able to hold it steady enough to get the shot you want( not taking anything away from it, it's still a good capture)
Thats what I was going to say, you don't have to hold it very steady at 1/400 with IS. That was one of several quick shots I took last night and they actually turned out better than some I've taken with a tripod. But it lacks some of the detail that a smaller f stop would have provided.
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Here's one for today:

Shot at the Monterey Bay Aquarium. Unfortunately, they don't allow tripods or monopods, so I had to brace myself firmly against...the glass. You should have seen the smudge I left. ( I did clean it, in case you were wondering)

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All these photos are just fabulous. Gives me more inspiration to get out my camera and play a little more with it.
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