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Swamp Deer.

Swamp Deer.
Copyright ©2005, Dave Hall
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Photographer: Dave Hall
Folder: David's animal photographs.
Uploaded: 09-Aug-2005 19:45 CEST
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Camera: Olympus E1
Exposure time: 1/500
Aperture: f7.1
Focal length: 566mm
Lens: 50-200mm zuiko + 1.4 converter
Focusing method:
ISO: 400
White balance:
Flash: no
Image format:
Processing applied: crop, usm
Image resized to: 725x900

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Dave I looked at your picture's again, a few shot in ISO 400 Why....The noise is to much......This deer standing still why shoot it with 400ISO please explane....

Fonzy - at 19:41 CEST on 14-Aug-2005 [Reply]


Fions, as I said in my reply to the magpie photo, I use high iso to get a fast shutter speed. Here I was handholding a 566mm lens on a subject that stood still for a moment. i wanted to shoot with a medium apeture for a bit of DOF so 400 iso was needed. to hanhold at anything less that 1/500 with this lens combunation is just asking for trouble, blurry shaky photos.

Dave Hall at 20:54 CEST on 14-Aug-2005 [Reply]