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Great rigoletto 2014-01-14 9:04

hi andre. it's dinner time for istanbul, i'm drooling and your photo doesn't help. very well done in low light atmosphere. if i had a 1Ds, i guess i'd push up to some thousands of ISOs, but with stunning 1/13 sharpness, you seem you did not need to do that. i suppose you did not set your tripod in a bakery oven either, or did you??? colors are probably the closest to the reality.

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Old 01-14-2014, 06:26 PM
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Default To rigoletto: Elbow tripod

Salut Deniz,

No tripod, but my elbows resting on the edge of the metallic structure used to drop the bread. I am pretty stable, but not at 1/13sec...

It might not look like it, but this place was extremely obscure, and indeed, my ISO were cranked up at 1600.

Also, whenever I do portraits, I take at least a dozen frames, to prevent blur, shut eyes or strange facial expressions. So in this case, I had a lot of frames, but only one or two that were clear.

Thanks Deniz!

André
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