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Old 12-29-2006, 08:44 PM   #1
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New Camera for Christmas

OK, so I am finally learning what the buttons and SOME of the functions do on this new hot rod the wife got me for Christmas. Thought I'd share a pic.

For those that are familiar with the Shoals area: this is the new waterfall in Spring Park in Tuscumbia. We went over tonight to see the lights and light show and naturally I carried the camera. Whadda ya think??





Comments and critiques welcome. I know there are several here that are very handy behind a lens.

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What camera is it?
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that's awesome..

yeah, what camera is it?
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Looks real good man, like wise, what kind of camera? also whats ur size its a little pix. my only thing would be maybe to lightin it up some, idk the area or lights there, but maybe move right some (if you can) and get some more of the light on the right side of the pic. other then that not to bad, if you like it thats all the matters
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Re: New Camera for Christmas

Camera is a Canon 20D.

Lighting was very scarce. There was a street light off to the right side and some Christmas lights to the left. I was impressed with the sharpness of the lighter toned features. Most of rock is dark, and water was black too (except coming over the falls).

Prob could pick up some more light though. We'll give it a try.

Pic is scaled down to view on net. Orig was 2544 x 1696 with res turned down to 72 pix/in. Spur of the moment trip, only had one flash card w/ me.
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Camera is a Canon 20D.

Lighting was very scarce. There was a street light off to the right side and some Christmas lights to the left. I was impressed with the sharpness of the lighter toned features. Most of rock is dark, and water was black too (except coming over the falls).

Prob could pick up some more light though. We'll give it a try.

Pic is scaled down to view on net. Orig was 2544 x 1696 with res turned down to 72 pix/in. Spur of the moment trip, only had one flash card w/ me.

ahh a 20D... good camera, my GF has the big brother of that (30D)
what setting did u shoot it with? also what kind of tripod did u use? (also going from the photo, what was ur shutter speed?)
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ahh a 20D... good camera, my GF has the big brother of that (30D)
what setting did u shoot it with? also what kind of tripod did u use? (also going from the photo, what was ur shutter speed?)
Hmmm lets see....from properties file:
Shooting Mode
Aperture-Priority AE
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Off
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30
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22
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Partial
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18.0 - 55.0mm
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55.0mm
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mm not to bad, just play with ur settings till u think it looks great haha
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mm not to bad, just play with ur settings till u think it looks great haha
I agree, not to mention reading the booklet that came with it from cover to cover several times. I have a few books that I used in school and they always come in handy.
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I agree, not to mention reading the booklet that came with it from cover to cover several times. I have a few books that I used in school and they always come in handy.
very true. also get some good filters and a faster lens like a 50 @ 2.8 will do great
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