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Joined: Dec 30, 2007
From: Southeast of Disorder
|Posted: 2011-01-08 08:55 am  Permalink|
Here are some pics taken with a Canon 50D. Sigma 30mm 1.4 lens.
Hapa Haole Hideaway
This one was taken at 14mm. f4.0. +1/3EV.
Molokai Bar. 10mm F3.5
If I have access to a tripod (or something I can rest the camera on) and not much movement in the area I'm shooting, I shoot at as low an ISO as I feel comfortable, and depending on what I'm trying to do, I either crank my f-stop up so that I have great depth of field, or I lower it so that I can get shallow DOF. I tend to shoot on Aperture Priority, but find myself oftentimes going to full manual. I also find that in some situations, bumping the exposure value up a third or two thirds gives me a little better light so that I can see the darker details. My 1.4 prime lens does a great job of gathering light, and at 3200 ISO I can handhold the camera up to 1/30 and sometime 1/15 depending on how much I've had to drink. The new Trader Scott's is going to be a challenge to shoot, because of the blue lights, but I have plenty of time since all I have to do is go downstairs.
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