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28mm

100%crop

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All taken with a Maxxum 5000AF

near Foster Falls in Marion Co. TN


Linville Falls in North Carolina, near the Blue Ridge Parkway


Rose of Sharon flower in my Mom's yard


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These shots in macro mode:

ISO 400, 28mm macro, f/4.5, 1/40 sec., handheld, no flash



100% crop from the above, no PP



& another shot with the same camera & lens settings - plus a little sharpening (USM)



Edited to add: backlit, same flowers, no PP, settings: ISO 400, 28mm, f/3.5, 1/80 sec., handheld, spot metering



100% crop



Edited by alpha_in_exile - 22 February 2008 at 19:28
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Bokeh sample.

For some reason, the camera was set on ISO 400 & I forgot to change it, so it's a little grainy in the 100% crops.

A100, ISO 400, macro mode, f/3.5, 1/2000 sec. No post-processing.



100% crops





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low-light, wide-open, handheld:



Macro:



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Sony A200, 70mm ISO400 f4.5 1/125s handheld



Sony A200, 85mm ISO100 f/5.6 1/200s handheld

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Sony A300, 50mm | ISO100 | f4 | 1/250

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