A flower. CCplz.

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  1. Foques

    Foques TPF Noob!

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    I went to shoot a few pictures on sunday, and screwed up.
    Forgot to reduce the ISO.. it was sitting at 1600... :(

    Out of all the ruined shots, these two I kind of like..
    what do you think, ladies and gents?

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    better/full version of the pictures can be found in FlickR in my sig. thanks.
     
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    they don't seem to be in focus to me, especially the first one. I think the flower is cool, just needs to be sharper.

    what type of lens did you use?
     
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    I did that at an air show Sunday.... sucks doesn't it.
     
  4. Foques

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    I used the 55-200 lens.
    I guess, thats why it looks kind of interesting - cause there isn't exactly sharpness but it still is somewhat in shape..?
    don't know how to explain it, really.

    Ausie... I was kickin' meself in the particular part of me anatomy for quite a while after i realized that.
     
  5. Crazydad

    Crazydad No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    You are not the only one who does that and I'm glad to see I'm not alone. Hopefully we can get better at checking the ISO...;)

    And while the pictures look a little out of focus, they are interesting.
     

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