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Discussion in 'People' started by Chad Gladstone, Dec 24, 2005.
Formal clothes at a ski resort?
Hi Chad, the shot looks great, very crisp and 3 dimensional. What f-stop did you use for this? Was this at a wedding out west?
Very very nice image.
Nice tones and color.
Boy it looks cold though..lolol
Congratulations on a new great camera :>))
Hey Chad, well taken shot you have here.
Very nice! I don't see any distracting blown highlights which is quite a challenge with all of the snow. How do you find the dynamic range compared to the D70?
Nice shot to kick off a new camera!
Not bad.....for a first shoot......:biggrin: :biggrin: :biggrin:
Just kidding Chad, absolutely gorgeous portrait!
Terrific, Chad! Absolutely professional grade work.
Thanks - I really didn't have to do anything with it. I have found the auto WB very accurate so far and very little color cast. The aperture was f/3.5 (I don't know why the exif didn't translate). The wedding was at Brighton Ski resort just east of Salt Lake City, Utah. This shot is taken about an hour before dusk. Here is the full exif:
Nikon D200 Focal Length: 30mm Optimize Image: Custom Color Mode: Mode II (Adobe RGB)Long Exposure NR: Off High ISO NR: Off 2005/12/22 17:25:18.1 Exposure Mode: Shutter Priority White Balance: Auto Tone Comp.: Normal RAW (12-bit) Metering Mode: Multi-Pattern AF Mode: AF-S Hue Adjustment: 0 Image Size: Large (3872 x 2592) 1/60 sec - F/3.5 Flash Sync Mode: Front Curtain Saturation: Normal Color Exposure Comp.: -0.3 EV Auto Flash Mode: Balanced i-TTL Sharpening: Low Lens: 30mm F/1.4 G Sensitivity: ISO 100 Auto Flash Comp: -1.3 EV
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