Iners of a court house

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  1. Kevin D Burns

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    it is really dark in this building so i had to use ISO 400 and a high EV forgive the grain.
     
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    Oh its beautiful! And the grain (in my opinion) works fine here. What great angles, too. I really like this one, Kevin. Nice work.
     
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    You got a lot of detail despite the low lighting...well done.
     
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    WOW, thanks. the lighting is so bad in this building, like 20 watt bulbs that cast a yellow light.
    One of these days I am going to bring my tripod and do some long expo's. To get the natural color and detail.
    In hopes it works as that will be a learning experience.
     
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    What does "EV" stand for?
    (And I sometimes go to all the 1600 ISO my camera can offer if need be - though the "little Canon", the Powershot, also only goes up to 400 ISO).

    I like what you got here and how!
     
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    Exposure value. It more or less just brightens or darkens the recorded image when the camera is in auto mode.

    The down fall with high ISO is the grain. I normaly shoot at 50-200 ISO
    my Minolta D7 goes up to 800 where my Nikon only goes to 400 with a default of 200ISO
     

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