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Old 08-26-2012   #11
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Apologies one and all for the delay - didn't have the settings as they were on a computer I haven't had access for a while!

I always use RAW (never have shot a single frame in JPG only on any of my cameras that'll do RAW - but then my first dSLR was RAW only). Tend to use AV and then exposure compensate as necessary

Tripod used (to rest the camera as much as anything!) - not keen on cropping, so only crop for the composition

#1 ISO400, 1/160, f/5.6, -0.3 exp comp
#2 ISO400, 1/160, f/5.6, -0.3 exp comp
#3 ISO100, 1/200, f/5.6, -1.0 exp comp
#4 ISO400, 1/250, f/5.6, -0.3 exp comp
#5 ISO100, 1/90, f/5.6, -1.0 exp comp
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Thanks for the settings, always looking for new things to try. I stopped using RAW on the HS-10 as burst mode was a time killer. I have been trying to shoot at the lowest ISO as possible and doing macro (trying to snag as much detail as possible) I shoot at ISO100. You got great detail at 400, I'll have to play with that more. Always looking for more ways to use the fun toys.

Trying to ride out Isaac right now so unless I want pictures of rain and wind the camera will have a rest for a few days.

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Old 08-27-2012   #13
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Don't use burst (mostly!), preferring anticipation - I get much better results that way

Good luck with Isaac - was listening to news and it's not sounding too good (although I won't argue with the disruption of a certain political party! )
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I only use burst trying to capture things like a dragonfly attempting to land on a leaf or things where trying to anticipate would work except you don't get many chances. I'll definitely work on the settings as sometimes the clarity isn't there with the settings I use. ISO100 only works when that Florida sun is my lighting.

Looks like Issac has decided it has a flavor for N'awlenes (again) instead up sunshine. As far as disrupting things I would appreciate it disrupting both political parties
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Great shots! Appreciate you sharing them!
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what mdes did you use, impressed as I never got on with the hs20


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