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Classic Cars in a theme park?

Post by wattsbw2004 on 2009-01-27, 01:07

Took this picture at Fiesta Texas over here in San Antonio, Texas.


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Post by SpiffyPix on 2009-01-27, 02:36

holy crumbs! Have you tried to sell this as a postcard?? It's unbeLIEVable! One of the best I've ever seen.

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Post by wattsbw2004 on 2009-01-27, 12:14

Thank you for the comment, I haven't tried selling it yet but I'm currently working on building up a portfolio and choosing some of my best shots to see what I can do locally around here in my area.
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Post by PB on 2009-01-27, 19:19

wow..

that is a fantastic image

you guys are making my head spin!
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Post by wattsbw2004 on 2009-01-27, 19:37

Lol thank you Smile
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Post by Xrider on 2009-01-27, 19:41

excellent picture! what iso did you shoot that at?
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Post by wattsbw2004 on 2009-01-27, 19:54

I believe for this one I shot it at iso100.
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Post by Xrider on 2009-01-27, 22:09

thanks I would like shoot some night shots, my thinking was higher iso, but I see I was thinking wrong.
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Post by wattsbw2004 on 2009-01-27, 22:18

nope pretty much anytime you do night shots you want to shoot at around iso100 if your on a tripod. Now if your shooting action shots at night you can step up the iso a few and also open up the aperture to allow more light in faster but usually with HDR it will make a dramatic increase in noise if you raise the iso level.
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