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    Saw this in the Sense of scale assignment thread, I like the bow wave. Can I ask why you shot this at 800 ISO? With a shutter 2500 and f/7.1 there was obviously tons of light and therefore a lower ISO would produce less noise, not that it's evident in this shot at this size anyhow. Just curious more than anything if it was a purposeful decision or just grabbed the camera and fired with the last ISO setting before losing the opportunity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mad Aussie View Post
    Saw this in the Sense of scale assignment thread, I like the bow wave. Can I ask why you shot this at 800 ISO? With a shutter 2500 and f/7.1 there was obviously tons of light and therefore a lower ISO would produce less noise, not that it's evident in this shot at this size anyhow. Just curious more than anything if it was a purposeful decision or just grabbed the camera and fired with the last ISO setting before losing the opportunity.
    I am not sure, but it was probably because I just came from inside the Mardi Gras warehouse and hadn't re-set the camera. I know I wouldn't have set the ISO that high on this very sunny day.
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