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Great strangiato 2005-01-21 23:11

Despite the ISO setting (something which happens to me too sometimes) it is still a moody, mysterious scene.
Usually I, too, prefer the correct settings but in this case the imperfections contribute to the success of the photo. Or should I say "part of the photo"? Generally I'm not too keen on cropped photos because in my opinion the original shot should be good enough and if it's not, one should try harder next time. But that's me.
By the way, THANKS to the 1600 ISO setting you were able to shoot this one. A more common setting like 100, 200 or 400 would mean 4, 3 or 2 extra stops in either the aperture or exposure. With this lens you can go to f/3.5, which means you need to make the exposure time longer, which is too long to handhold the camera.

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Old 01-22-2005, 09:29 AM
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Default To strangiato: ISO 1600

hej Pieter,
thanks for the helpful comments about the ISO settings - i learn a lot here everyday! I'm gonna look up more info about this and experiment with different settings.
cheers man
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