A&P Capturing Water v.frozen in time *pics*

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  1. Flash

    Flash New Member

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    Figured I'd give it a shot here. All pics are unedited except the first. Thoughts on any? Some aren't the best but I wanted to stay on topic. Feel free to post any you guys have taken :)








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  2. phoenixTX

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    Why such high ISO? The first few are outdoors in sunlight, but some are ISO 1100 and 1600??
     
  3. My Dixie Wrecked

    My Dixie Wrecked STFU & get the ball!!! OT Supporter

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    got bored and did some water drop shots earlier

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  4. Flash

    Flash New Member

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    ya know, honestly my ISO is on auto. So I have no idea why it would select 1600, but now that I look, some of them are a bit grainy :dunno:

    my camera isn't capable of 1100.

    Other than that whatcha think though?
     
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    themolsen New Member

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    that first one with the hand and the water is really awesome because of the textures. the waterfall out of the fountain one is really cool for the same reason
     
  6. Gromer

    Gromer Strange things are afoot at the Circle-K!

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    When the camera is on Auto ISO, it will select ISO's that you cannot manually (1100 in your case).
     
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    any way you could make the pics you're posting on the internets any bigger?
     
  8. legendr34

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    the 1st one looks pretty cool
     
  9. Flash

    Flash New Member

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    I purposely sized them that way. If that's too big for you I feel bad for your monitor.
     
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    pretty cool pictures.

    were most of these just pressing the shutter, or did you use any other shutter triggering devices?
     
  11. SpiderOnTheFloor

    SpiderOnTheFloor New Member

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    I did that once...just held some ice in my hand and pressed the shutter a bizillion times whenever it started to drip


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  12. Flash

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    :bowdown: that's incredible
     
  13. Flash

    Flash New Member

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    They were all just pressing the shutter, in shutter priority mode on my D40.
     
  14. essejgnad

    essejgnad poopty pangts

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    One I did awhile back:

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    kristin my dog > *

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    That looks awesome :bowdown:
     
  16. legendr34

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  17. SpiderOnTheFloor

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    thanks for the comments. I did that shot probably 2 years ago with the 300d. I think it made that splash because it was very shallow water. But really, I just held the shutter down for a few bursts while the ice melted and created drops
     
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    Big pictures, 24" monitor FTW
     

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