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Submitted by: Keld Skytte Petersen

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Camera manufacturer NIKON 
Camera model E950 
Exposure time 1/53 s 
Lens focal length 10 mm 
Lens aperture f 5 
ISO 80 
Date and time of original 2004-03-02 10:55 


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From: Keld Skytte Petersen · skytte.svarrer·at·mail.tele.dk  Link
Submitted January 5th 2007

Everything under 1/60 is slow, when you have passed the 47 years, and the hands are shaking ;-)

Keld


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From: Martin Joergensen · martin·at·globalflyfisher.com  Link
Submitted January 5th 2007

Guys,

Just to interfere with all the talk, I thought I'd comment on the shutter speed, ISO, aperture thing.

A shutter speed of 1/50th of a second is fairly slow. Most standard cameras manage up to about 1/500th or 1/1000th, which would be considered a fast shutter speed. An 80 or 100 ISO image would have to be exposed at about that speed at f5 on a sunny day. An overcast day like on the image above offers a lot less light and shutter speeds down to about 1/100th or 1/50th of a second could be expected.

Martin



From: Allan · overgaard·at·ballumgade.net  Link
Submitted January 4th 2007

Hi Keld i agree with you, But isent 1/53 a rather quick shutter speed?

Regards Allan.

Ps. anyway its a great picture


From: Keld Skytte Petersen · skytte.svarrer·at·mail.tele.dk  Link
Submitted January 4th 2007

Allan. If i do understand it right, the slow shutter speed, compensates for ISO 80 and lets more light pass through. and the f 5 helps too.

Its always a struggle to keep the depth sharpness, where you have to use a rather high f number, and at the same time get light enough.


From: Ripley Davenport · admin·at·distantstreams.com  Link
Submitted January 4th 2007

Excellent picture. I love the reflection in the silver reel pin.

Ripley


From: Allan · overgaard·at·ballumgade.net  Link
Submitted January 4th 2007

Hi again keld.
I was just thinking about the shutter/exposuretime does it mean 1/53 of a second?
i think my eos 350 would have made a rather dark picture with the iso at 80?
Or am i missing something?
/Allan


From: Keld Skytte Petersen · skytte.svarrer·at·mail.tele.dk  Link
Submitted January 3rd 2007

Hi Allan.

Thanks for the nice words !

The picture was taken on a cloudy day, that's why the colours are so natural, and almost no shadows appeared.

Keld


From: Allan · overgaard·at·ballumgade.net  Link
Submitted January 3rd 2007

great picture keld.
Beautifull colors.

was there a lot of light the day the photo was taken?

regards Allan



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