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  1. #7401
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    Wow, the last three shots in this thread are so good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dfinn View Post
    Dead horse point?
    You know, you can swear on this site. Fuck, shit bitch. See?

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  4. #7404
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    I haven't posted in a good long while...












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  6. #7406
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    ^^^Nice! Mind sharing exposure info on that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by zion zig zag View Post
    ^^^Nice! Mind sharing exposure info on that?
    ISO 400 F/9 1/1250 18mm
    https://flic.kr/p/27b1qaH

    Don't ask why, I was kind of in a hurry and ended up having to pull a lot of shadow out since the light was really contrasty at the lip. Technically, I'd say this photo was terribly executed but it turned out really well.

    Such is the case on the river trying to rip stuff out of a dry bag with water dripping off of your elbow pads and helmet and still trying to get a picture. Typically I'll go with shutter priority on something like 1/1250 or 1/1000, auto ISO, try to get the auto focus spot on and let the camera do the work and fix it later in PP. Whitewater really fools the light meter too.

  8. #7408
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    Rad shot either way. The right place at the right time is more important than being technically perfect. Especially these days.

    Could you get away with the sunny 16 rule most of the time? If my meter is going nuts thatís usually what I default to if I have to hurry.

  9. #7409
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    Iím just trying to learn. When I see a photo that resonates with me Iím always curious how you got there.

    Supermoon, what is the sunny 16 rule?


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  10. #7410
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    Quote Originally Posted by zion zig zag View Post

    Supermoon, what is the sunny 16 rule?
    On a sunny day, the proper exposure is always f16 with your shutter speed equal to your film speed. So for example, if you are shooting at ISO 400, your SS is 1/400.

    If you can do the maths (which i rarely can), you can calculate it out for any aperture/ISO/SS combo. So f8 would equal 1/800 at ISO 400.

  11. #7411
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    I donít think I ever shoot f/16... most lenses are sharpest around f/8 to f/11.

    The important thing with action shots is to be able to freeze the action... everything else is kind of secondary, I think.

  12. #7412
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    Couple pictures from Nepal
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  13. #7413
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    ^^^Nice. I really like 2 and 4.

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    Those are really great ffmedic

  15. #7415
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    Quote Originally Posted by zion zig zag View Post
    ^^^Nice. I really like 2 and 4.
    2 and 4 are nice.


    12 vertical frames over two rows...





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    Largest producer of apples and peaches in PA, and 6th in the nation, tucked away in the rolling hills of western Adams County PA


  17. #7417
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    Quote Originally Posted by smmokan View Post
    I don’t think I ever shoot f/16... most lenses are sharpest around f/8 to f/11.
    Not even for pure landscape shots? That's my default for tripod shots to get good depth of field. I only go to a higher f-stop if I want a sunburst effect.

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