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A Photography Challenge ... the Naked Photo

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Another " real" picture without nothing , only lighted ; the original is about 4 Mb; this one maybe 400 Kb

  • Olympus TG-610
  • ƒ/14.0
  • 9.4 mm
  • 1/80
  • iso 80
  • Flash (Éteint, non déclenché)
  • Flash Mode - Off
  • Flash Exposure Comp - 0
  • Flash Remote Control - Off
  • Flash Control Mode - Off; 0; 0
  • Flash Intensity - n/a
  • Manual Flash Strength - n/a
  • White Balance2 - Auto
  • White Balance Temperature - Auto
  • White Balance Bracket - 0 0
  • Custom Saturation - 0 (min -2, max 2)
  • Modified Saturation - Off
  • Contrast Setting - 0 (min -2, max 2)
  • Sharpness Setting - 0 (min -2, max 2)
  • Color Space - sRGB
  • Scene Mode - Standard
  • Noise Reduction - (none)
  • Distortion Correction - Off
  • Shading Compensation - Off

15783220960_75bca1574c_o.jpgPB210139_khon_kaen by vanhouten1, on Flickr

We can see this photo is sur-exposed in mode " Auto "

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Great thread, David. I support you puristic drive..

I'm a selective purist. Making photo's by using the natural light of the sun is pure. Love that thoughtsmile.png. Oh and the cam..

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600am is when the light intensity from the sun becomes sufficient to record a half decent image, handheld.1/30sec. Any darker then this I will need looong exposures, bigger lenses... more expensive, takes away the purity, right?

No, it doesn't.

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Another " real" picture without nothing , only lighted ; the original is about 4 Mb; this one maybe 400 Kb

We can see this photo is sur-exposed in mode " Auto "

Aside from this; What else can you see with the naked eye, what you can regard as a constructive observation, Assurancetourix?

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Blurred picture because the big truck is moving ;

The sky is not blue , because I shot the photo in the middle of the day , not a good moment ...

Need certainly a crop ...

What else ?

It's not a beautiful photo even so it's interesting .............for those who like roadworks trucks tongue.png

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What else?

-That cam seems too slow to make a nice shot against the sun from a fast landmover suddenly passing by..

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The flying spider (image rotated, but otherwise not touched).

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-That cam seems too slow to make a nice shot against the sun from a fast landmover suddenly passing by..

The or one of the multiple problems we can have with primitive camera compacts...

Mine is a Olympus TG 610 ; good for shooting photos during Songkhran because it is waterproof ;

I will have my new camera in less than a month;

a Panasonic Lumix FZ 200 ;

it's a bridge

http://www.trustedreviews.com/panasonic-lumix-dmc-fz200-review

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JPG directly derived from it's raw. 30 seconds like rythmworks likes it.thumbsup.gif f max 11 iso minimum 160

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You forgot to mention the forced bridge between the contacts, that over rid the cameras minimum shutter speed.

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Cropped & Resized...that's all. Source D800E w/Sig 24-70 f2.8,

Shot @ 1/125th-f8

Early morning at a border town.

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Edited by sunshine51
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Photography is about post production in the darkroom, selection of chemicals, selection of papers, exposure times, to say nothing of dodging and burning.

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