Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by TCimages, Nov 23, 2007.
the first one is a winner for me ....
Very nice shots TC. I am very impressed with all your posts as I love to go hiking my self.
Do you use a monopod or tripod when shooting with your 100-400 and if you don't mind me asking, what was the exif on these buck shots.
part of the exif:
# Exposure Time (1 / Shutter Speed) = 1/250 second = 0.00400 second
# Lens F-Number/F-Stop = 50/10 = F5.00
# Exposure Program = normal program (2)
# ISO Speed Ratings = 800
# Exif Version = 0221
# Original Date/Time = 2007:11:23 09:32:18
# Digitization Date/Time = 2007:11:23 09:32:18
# Components Configuration = 0x01,0x02,0x03,0x00 / YCbCr
# Shutter Speed Value (APEX) = 522046/65536
Shutter Speed (Exposure Time) = 1/250.00 second
# Aperture Value (APEX) = 304340/65536
Aperture = F5.00
# Exposure Bias (EV) = 0/3 = 0.00
# Flash = Flash did not fire, compulsory flash mode
# Focal Length = 235/1 mm = 235.00 mm
User Comment Character Code = not defined
# FlashPix Version = 0100
# Colour Space = sRGB (1)
# Image Width = 595 pixels
# Image Height = 800 pixels
# Focal Plane X-Resolution = 3504000/885 = 3959.32
# Focal Plane Y-Resolution = 2336000/590 = 3959.32
# Focal Plane X/Y-Resolution Unit = inch (2)
# Custom Rendered = normal process (0)
# Exposure Mode = auto exposure (0)
# White Balance = auto (0)
# Scene Capture Type = standard (0)
Great shots as always TC. The first one looks like he got a bit too close for your lens and wouldn't fit in the entire frame ...
Nevertheless, great work.
Thanks for the comments. Almost all my shots are handheld. The only time I use my tripod is when I sit in my blind and I rarely use my monopod. I've found that messing with either causes me to miss shots.
My rule of thumb on the 10-400 is anything above 1/160 with IS works pretty well. Anything below that, a tripod will help as long as they stand completely still.
Here is a great free download that allows you to right click images right in your browser for the EXIF ( so long as if it is provided)
Thank you. Trust me , I was not complaining, he was pretty much posing for me before he ran.
Hmm, you are much better than me then ...
Thank you very much for the info and link TC. I Think I am going to regret not getting the IS version of the 70-200 as many of my images are soft.
Again great work. #1 is the money shot imo.
thanks for the comments
I never said you were, in fact, I don't know of anybody who would complain !
There is nothing like good glass....
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