Posing Tit

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  1. Fangman

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    Whilst shooting the series of varying iso settings of the chaffinch - this little fellow decided to get in on the act and see what it was missing!
     
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    Very nice, this seems also to have a little less noise than some of your shots, what did you do differently?

    tim
     
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    Good detail and colour. Nicely done
     
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    Thanks Tim - glad you liked it. Just better light and +.3 stop increase in exposure set at iso 200. Everything else as usual. I found for iso 400 +.6 and iso 800 - 1600 a full stop "over" exposure seems to make a lot of difference. It seems my 350D has a noisy sensor according to the experts. Hoping to change up to either 400D or 30D or if I can get round management to a 40D!
     
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    I thought you shot film, and that was why they were chunky.

    It's a beautiful bird, and the detail is great!
     

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