A&P Some pictures I took on a drive through the Boonies today.

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  1. The Green Bastard

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    Sorry for the noise, ISO 1600 trying to catch the fishies in midair. I snapped 60+ images, these had airborne fish.

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    15 image panorama resized
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    Excellent as always!
     
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    Why'd you turn the ISO up so high? Some of those shots were f/20; just shoot at a larger aperture and you could've gotten by at ISO 400 or 800.
     
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    Nice work.
     
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    I'm still a DSLR Tard. :hs: I was told by a friend the same thing. -- Chalk it up to a learning experience.
     
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    i rarely shoot anything above ISO 800. some of your shots (mainly the water ones) were quite boring the ones of the train tressel were nice!
     
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    Thanks! I appreciate any criticism.

    The sky was so BLAAHH here today.

    And I mainly took the panorama for a friend who lives in that area, but felt like sharin it :)
     
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    Derrict No, I am not Amish OT Supporter

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    Since you do a lot of landscape shots and panaromas, you should invest in some filters (ie graduated neutral densities) to add more color to the skies.
     
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    My next camera stuff on the 'must get' list is POL, ND, and a remote. :)
     
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    even iso 400 shits me up the wall :dunno:
     
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    Noise ninja works good in smoothing out all the noise at higher ISOs but your camera shouldn't have any problems shooting at 400 or 800 if the shots are properly exposed.
     
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    It was my first real high-ISO shooting. I don't plan on doing it too often. :hs:
     

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