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Bird Photography at ISO 100

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gemmf
 
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Re: Bird Photography at ISO 100

Post Mon Jan 05, 2009 5:03 pm


jniemann wrote:
I think I'm going to take a bird shot at ISO 50 (L) just for a bit of a challenge :)


Anybody mentioned ISO 50?? :D



jniemann
 
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Re: Bird Photography at ISO 100

Post Mon Jan 05, 2009 5:16 pm


gemmf wrote:
jniemann wrote:
I think I'm going to take a bird shot at ISO 50 (L) just for a bit of a challenge :)


Anybody mentioned ISO 50?? :D


Very nice. :)

prinothcat
 
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Re: Bird Photography at ISO 100

Post Tue Jan 06, 2009 12:25 am


sheila wrote:Recently someone called Joe (of course no email address) said he didn't know why I had so many "fawning comments" in my Guestbook as he thought my images were very poor. Nuff said.

Cheers
Sheila

Sounds like my "friend" who tried to tear me apart here. I never got around to asking him why he was trying to make any sort of qualitative judgment based on 12 kb online images.....

prinothcat
 
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Re: Bird Photography at ISO 100

Post Tue Jan 06, 2009 12:26 am


jniemann wrote:
gemmf wrote:
jniemann wrote:
I think I'm going to take a bird shot at ISO 50 (L) just for a bit of a challenge :)


Anybody mentioned ISO 50?? :D


Very nice. :)

Indeed very well done. No birds in these parts for a few months, but come spring...

jniemann
 
Posts: 78

Re: Bird Photography at ISO 100

Post Tue Jan 06, 2009 4:03 am


sheila wrote:Don't worry too much about comments. Recently someone called Joe (of course no email address) said he didn't know why I had so many "fawning comments" in my Guestbook as he thought my images were very poor. Nuff said.


Hi Sheila
Well I suppose if you have 7M+ hits on your page (Congratulations, btw) , you could be forgiven for having a couple of bad comments.
:P :lol:

Anyways, I think the popularity of your galleries is a strong indicator of the quality of your work. You must be doing something right.
And not only that - you did it without the inclusion of cheesy T & A galleries !!

Cheers,
Judd

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