morning on the mountain

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We went to visit my parents over the weekend and we always stop on top of the mountain for a break. The sun was shining through the pines. It was Black Friday and I knew it was the last peaceful moment of the day. I forgot the tripod so I did the best I could handheld. C&C welcome.


morning on the mountain
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I love everything about it but it doesnt look as sharp as it should be. What ISO and shutter speed?
 
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I love everything about it but it doesnt look as sharp as it should be. What ISO and shutter speed?
No tripod. Shutter speed 1/90, iso 100, 250mm, f/5.6. Kit lens, and I'm not the steadiest at handheld shots. It's also heavily cropped.
 

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I love everything about it but it doesnt look as sharp as it should be. What ISO and shutter speed?
No tripod. Shutter speed 1/90, iso 100, 250mm, f/5.6. Kit lens, and I'm not the steadiest at handheld shots. It's also heavily cropped.

If you can up your shutter speed to about 1/250 and your iso 400 you should be fine.
 
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I love everything about it but it doesnt look as sharp as it should be. What ISO and shutter speed?
No tripod. Shutter speed 1/90, iso 100, 250mm, f/5.6. Kit lens, and I'm not the steadiest at handheld shots. It's also heavily cropped.

If you can up your shutter speed to about 1/250 and your iso 400 you should be fine.
Thanks for the info and taking the time to comment. Grain doesn't bother me so I don't know why I always try to keep the iso so low.
 

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Nice shot. I like the composition.
 

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