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June 2012 - f16 or smaller- Shooting with a small aperture

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    ISO 1600 f/16 1/20 105mm
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    Nice one Matt. The hand is quicker than the eye and almost quicker than the camera.

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    f/22, 1/6 sec. ISO 100, 24 mm.

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    Crashcat - I dig the perspective here! yours is a great image to show how approaching the subject really diminishes depth of field regardless of aperture.
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    By all means Marko use away.
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    Very cool macro, Crashcat... I find it interesting that a lot of the shots in this category are macro shots.
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    Rampage ride at the local Theme Park - F/32 1.3sec iso800 19mm FL


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    What a very cool shot, Tiger.
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    Heres my shot at it. This was taken out the window of an F150 the other evening. What struck me was thr foreground blur that diminished with depth. The blur at the bottom is the passing guide rails.Name:  high speed blur 1.jpg
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    F22, ISO 2000, 1/80 sec, 105 kmh

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