Technology & Social Media Camera help needed

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  1. geoffw

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  2. Sackie

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    OK well some more newbie snaps. I haven't used automatic setting even once since I bought this thing. :D Mostly the creative settings, Aperture Priority, Time Value and Manual. Learning heaps each evening.

    F4.5, 21mm, ISO 100, 1/125s. Vignetting corners
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    F5.6, 22mm, ISO 400, 1/60s
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    F4, 18mm, ISO 200, 1/200s
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    F2, 50mm, ISO 100, 1/640s
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    F22, 50mm, ISO 100, Exp 1 second,
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    For sunsets/sunrises I usually stick a bit of horizon in to give it context/size

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    Can DSLR's focus on rainbows?
    I found my mirrorless will not - had to go manual

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    It's an appropriate forum to discover that the pot of gold lies in the local real estate.
     
  7. Sackie

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    Cute shot of Abbey.:D

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    Had some fun messing around with some longer exposures tonight.

    F11, 55mm, ISO 800, 4 sec exp
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    F16, 55mm, ISO 400, 30 sec exp
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    F14, 49mm, ISO 200, 15 sec exp
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    F16, 32mm, ISO 400, 20 sec exp
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    F16, 22mm, ISO 200, 10 sec exp
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    F16, 26mm, ISO 400, 25 sec exp
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  9. Sackie

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    Taken with my new phone, Google pixel 3. Supposed to have the best phone camera of all the phones.

    f1.8, 1/4695, 4.44mm, ISO64
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    I have the pixel 2. It is especially good for night pictures with lights and a lot of contrast in exposure - something which can be difficult to do with a normal camera.
     
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    @Sackie - is that Little Bay/Maroubra?
     
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    Yeah I heard it's especially good for night shots. Will try it out soon.
     
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    Vaucluse mate. ;)
     
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    I should've looked closer, that guy in the top right hand window of the blue multi-storey has his 10 ounce Glamorama gold chain on show over his hairy chest. :eek:
     
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    Is it my poor eyesight or is that block of apartments look like it's about to fall down? Another piece of shoddy construction.

    Nice pic though.
     
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    Told my dad to draw the blinds but never listens. :D
     
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    Could just be the angle taken.. but nothing would suprise me with high rise constructions these days.
     
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    Your dad draws blinds, you take photos.

    Either way, you have a good picture of blinds.
     
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  20. geoffw

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    Taken with a standard camera or the new Pixel?