Two of me playing around with the ISO C/C pls

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  1. misstwinklytoes

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    Meh. These were taken just before dark. No other lighting. I like the bird in the tree. Not sure about the other... I'm still learning and apparently I'm gonna HAVE to watch a vid. :D Instead of just trusting my try this tactic.

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    Great shots! #1 gotta be my favorite
     
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    What did you change with the ISO? They're both shot on ISO 200 on full auto...?
     
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    The ISO was on 200 and I was in AV mode. Not full auto. I was playing with the ISO 200 worked, the other playing didn't work. :lol:
     
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    Auto exposure, 1/2,656 sec, f/5.6, ISO 200, Compensation: -2

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    Maybe I'm not understanding what you mean by full auto. On my camera, it has a full auto setting, but this is not where it was, as I said. Is there something that would matter?
     
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    Oooh nice edit! :)
     
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    i like the first two the contrast is nice and i like the darker looking backgrounds
     
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    ty!
     
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    These are good shots.

    If you are using a tripod there is no reason not to use lowest ISO. That is unless you need to freeze motion.
     
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    I don't have a tripod yet. >.< I was outside taking pics of my daughter in her new school clothes and we saw the bird fly into the tree. Then I played with the ISO a few shots.

    Just for fun. This is what she got for school clothes. I could die.

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    And here is one of her in one of the outfits. :)
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    I know, overexposed, but I liked how it turned out.
     

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