my f717 came in!

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  1. sobi

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    so my digi cam FINALLY came in after waiting over 5 weeks for it. I took it with me on deliveries and shot off a few pics on the side of the bridge going across tampa bay to see what this puppy does. Heres the results from about the lowest quality.


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    looks nice. They dont appear to be over exposured or anything to me.

    Is that the bridge heading over to Clearwater?
     
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    yes..........the courtney campbell causeway to be exact. :)




    **the northern most one of the three.**
     
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    and thanks.....this is the first time i have used a camera you dont throw away when your done. :lol:
     
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    I agree with Geronimo, these do not appear to be overexposed or anything. Quite wonderfully done, especially for the first trip out. The color detail is wonderful.

    I noticted you experienced one of the challenges with this type of shooting in the second picture. To get a good streak of motion you got a ball of white on the left edge. Very tricky to not get those.

    I would really like to see some more :!: :!:
     
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    unfortunately, that was unavoidable as the area in question is where the highway curved. Basicly, that spot is where cars faced me head on. Probably could have done something with the settings, but as I said, I have no experience yet and am just starting to read about settings for this like aperture, shutter speed, and all the other stuff. they will hopefully keep getting better though! :)
     
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    I am sure they will. I look forward to seeing future shots from you...
     
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    There is something about the second one that I really like. I don't know what but I just like it. Great job!
     
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    Well, you could throw this one away I suppose, but I don't think you should. We'd have to wait too long to see the next effort. :wink:

    Nicely done, looking forward to seeing more.
     
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    thank you guys. the encouragment feels awesome.
     
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    can i ask how u did that?



    excuse the ignorance of this question, please
     
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    experimentation. :lol:



    That was the first time i used a camera that doesnt go in the trash when the film is done. :lol: I know I used a slow shutter speed, but other than that, I dont know what the other settings were on. Begginers luck i guess. :?
     

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