- Aug 22, 2011
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- mid glamorgan, UK
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i found this little guy in our house earlier!
f32, shutter speed 2 (2 seconds I'm assuming based on what my opera EXIF reader says), ISO 3200. Shutter speed compensation set to -1
Personally I'd strongly suggest not going over f16 with regard to aperture. Once you start getting smaller than around f8 (on most lenses it will vary a little between models) diffraction starts to soften the image. Normally you retain good image quality up to around f13/f16 on crop sensor (the effect is partly affected by sensor/film size) and thereafter you lose more and more sharpness to the shot.
Further the really small aperture has not only had your ISO pushed up very high, but also your shutter speed come out very slow indeed - 2 seconds is really not going to give you a clear shot unless you are on a rock steady tripod. Plus underexposing by around one stop means that you've again pushed your shutter slower, but also meant that your high ISO noise is going to show up all the more - if anything a slight overexposure (without actually fully over exposing any point) on the meter reading helps with ISO (look up "expose to the right" as well as usage of the histogram).
PS those fangs are MASSIVE!