spinning coin

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by Andrea K, Feb 5, 2005.

  1. Andrea K

    Andrea K TPF Noob!

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    nothing special, but i've just taken about 100-150 of these and i found one that i like...yes one...

    but anyway

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    and here is the color

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    black and white wins.
     
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    Nice andrea, couple suggestions. I see that you used the 50mm F1.8, and 1/800 shutter. Also looks like 800 or 1600 ISO. Being that you were shooting 1.8, you know the depth of field will be shallow. Since the shutter was able to expose properly at 1/800, you really only need like 1/500 to freeze this kind of action, so you could have dropped the aperature to 2.2 or 2.5 so as to get the far side of the coin in focus also.... otherwise it's good. When I come home next weekend (for my 20th birthday!) maybe we can try some water droplet pics.
     
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    the iso was at 1600, but i thought the shutter speed was 1/400 so i had the aperture all the way open

    wow, 20...u are so old
     
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    BW for sure. The colour is ugly because of the yellow. Icky.

    It's funny to look at because..it's on it's side sorta. Maybe you can try doing more than one coin? :)
     
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    Haha maybe we will try multiple coins and cameras!
     

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