First 10D pics

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  1. mrsid99

    mrsid99 TPF Supporters Supporting Member

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    The first two were using a tripod, the others were all handheld.

    1) ISO 100, F32, 15 secs exposure, PS to lighten.
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    2) ISO 100, F22, 15 secs exposure, PS to lighten.
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    3) Glass ornament stall, really looked pretty at night, ISO 1600, F16, 1/45 secs exposure.
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    4) ISO 1600, F3.5, 1/30 sec exposure.
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    5) Brilliant violinist working there, ISO 1600, F4.0, 1/60 sec exposure, some PS to sharpen.
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    1st 2 photos - where in CA did you find a pretty place like that?

    Last pics... You went to Disneyland. I'm so jealous. :greendev:

    (recognised the World of Disney store in the background...not to mention the MM crystal.)
     
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    photogoddess TPF Noob!

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    Very cool! You like the 10D so far?
     
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    mrsid99 TPF Supporters Supporting Member

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    In a word: Ecstatic!

    Learned an awful lot yesterday, like for instance: believe the exposure meter...what you see on the LCD display is way lighter!
    Much more practice needed but I'm working on it.

    BTW, shame on Chase for not letting us have our own forum section, still, there'll probably be a Nikon contingent spring up soon that wants their own section as well. Carried to extremes would you believe a Holga section?
     
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    I like mine too! :lol:

    Nikon and Holga? :shock: (slaps forehead)
     
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    mrsid99 TPF Supporters Supporting Member

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    Pretty much synonymous huh?
    (Incoming!...runs for cover)
     
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    photogoddess TPF Noob!

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    Damned Elitists!!!

    :smileys:
     
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    You can adjust that.
    Damn... where's my manual?
     
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    He dribbles, he shoots.... He Scores! And the crowd goes wild!!!! :lol:

    Nice shots Sid. The 10D was apparently worth the wait, eh?
     
  11. Garbz

    Garbz No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    i got a nikon, Granted it's older than i am though :wink:

    Nice pictures. It looks like you know how to actually use your new camera. I've seen so many people buy digy cams loaded with manual features and then just let the camera use it's own settings while taking a picture. Then it's always how did u do that? THat's imposible we have the same camera.

    What are you using to resize the pictures. It looks very brutal.

    Anyway nice shots.
     
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    Karalee hOtLiPs!

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    i cant believe those last ones were handheld :eek: I dont dare go under 1/60 handheld. Is digital that much different to film?
     

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