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ckiang

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Hi,

Shot at JBP on 16/3/2002. Cropped from original. "scanned" via photographing the slide on a lightbox the "megaweb way". :)






Nikon F100, Nikkor AF 80-200mm f2.8D ED
Aperture Priority f/4, shutter ~1/60-1/125
Fujichrome Provia 400F

More to come as I get them scanned....

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CK
 

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nice


Originally posted by ckiang
Still no comments? :cry:

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hmm .. maybe your shots have been overwrite by keito's pic ... :)

I guess faster shutter speed to freeze the duck would be better ... ;)
 

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Originally posted by megaweb
nice

hmm .. maybe your shots have been overwrite by keito's pic ... :)
Must be. ;p


I guess faster shutter speed to freeze the duck would be better ... ;)
Heheh, at that point of time, I was thinking of slow shutter speed to create the streaks of water. Obviously, that blurred the duck as well. ;p

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Nikon F100, Nikkor AF 80-200mm f2.8D ED
Aperture Priority f/4, shutter ~1/60-1/125
Fujichrome Provia 400F

Seems a bit wash out.

Using ISO 400 flims and At F/4 the shuttler is too slow @ 1/60 -1/125. To much lights and shallow DOF.

Are you using flill flash too ?
 

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Originally posted by Simon
Nikon F100, Nikkor AF 80-200mm f2.8D ED
Aperture Priority f/4, shutter ~1/60-1/125
Fujichrome Provia 400F

Seems a bit wash out.

Using ISO 400 flims and At F/4 the shuttler is too slow @ 1/60 -1/125. To much lights and shallow DOF.

Are you using flill flash too ?
Yeah, fill flash at -1.3EV and Sto-Fen Omnibounce diffuser. The mandarin duck place is not very bright, I think. Exposure is quite correct on the slide, but the slow shutter meant that there is motion blur. Was a bit obsessed with shallow DoF. ;p

Thanks for the comments. Will have to try again the next time. :)

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CK
 

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