highish ISO dougie pic

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Did this "portrait" with a D70 @ ISO 1000

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2 1/2 YO JRT with a love of soccer balls and wabbits. :lol: I'm going to break-in the D2H when this guy goes after the ball next time.

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John,

Cute puppy, and he looks like he's a little mischievous little devil. 8)

The D70 does pretty well at the higher ISO values, especially if you limit the underexposed areas. Nice shot.

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Frank.
 
4labs said:
That is a nice portrait did you use and Noise reduction?
Can't remember................. but possibly. ???

I use PSP by Jasc for my PP and it has a noise reduction 'engine'. On these higher ISO shots I sometimes run the NR engine. Overall, I've been pleased with the high ISO performance of the D70. Good camera, and especially well valued at this point.

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He's just so cute I wanna give him a big 'ole hug! does this handsome fella have a name? Truly a nice shot.
 
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Leigh said:
He's just so cute I wanna give him a big 'ole hug! does this handsome fella have a name? Truly a nice shot.
We bought some land in No Az in Dec and the property is on 'Billy Jack Way'. Anyway, when we "rescued" this fellow in March we decided to name him 'Billy Jack' in honor of our future digs. :lol:

Thanks for the comments
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greyflash said:
JRT's are high energy dogs and will keep you hopping. He would have fun with my little Harley boy, a Sheltie, who would be trying to herd him. Very nice shot of your little guy.
These JRT's (we have 3) are the main reason I just bought a D2H. I was having a miserable time trying to capture these guys (when they are running) with my D70. Hopefully, I'll have better luck with the D2H.

My officemate has a Aussie sheep dog and his wife found a 'ranch' in Orange county that has a bunch of sheep. They have a program where people can bring their sheep-dogs in and "play herd" with the furry ones. I'm afraid the JRT's wouldn't know how to herd................ :lol:

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JohnG
 

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