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Discussion in 'Film Forum' started by gbenic, Apr 7, 2007.
Pennsylvania, that is.
A few from this morning.
Don't look down:
Nice treatment of a classic subject Greg! It looks almost over exposed, but that gives it a very graphic-artsy look. Nice contrast, and wonderful perspective/composition! I especially like the near-far thing in the first one. Is this with your 24mm?
Love it. Especially the first one.
Chris, I think most were over exposed. I set the ISO to 800 (film speed) and shot in Aperture priority mode. Perhaps I should have bumped the ISO to 1600 or 400. I still don't understand which way.
And no, they were shot with my 28-200. I think they were all taken at 28mm.
Greg, they're all overexposed. But, you know what - it works very nicely with this subject matter. Good job here. By the way, the lower the iso number the more exposure, the higher the number less exposure. Since it's an arithmetic progression, halve the iso for 1 more stop exposure and double the iso for 1 f-stop less.
Stark, hard edged. Nice.
My older boy loves these. He's a train freak ya know.
Thank you folks.
To me the direction for the ISO seems backwards. If I can remember that it's backwards, I'll be okay.
great shots! i really like
Children's comments are usually the best and most accurate ones!
Thanks for taking time to comment guys. I appreciate it.
Greg . Good job on these . The high contrast works , Looks Cold , winterey & desolate