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Midnight Swim
Lens: SMC-A 50mm 1.4 Camera: K20D Photo Location: Park a Midnight ISO: 6400 Shutter Speed: 1/20s Aperture: F1.8 
Posted By: JohnBee, 08-15-2010, 09:46 AM

We dropped by the park on out way our of town last night and caught a few swans hanging around the fountain, thought it was interesting they'd be swimming around so late, and so I took a few snaps.
Conditions wouldn't have been worst considering the lack of front lighting, though I think the 50/1.4 did a good job with the rear highlights and the fountain.

K20D, ISO6400, 1/20s, f/1.8


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08-15-2010, 10:34 AM   #2
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Wow- this should go in the high iso thread! Doesn't even look like a 6400 shot!

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Wow- this should go in the high iso thread! Doesn't even look like a 6400 shot!
Thanks Adam!
I dropped one there also.

The image was PP through ACR6 and Denoise in aprox. 5 mins.
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Wow! Epic bokeh.

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Wonderful job, John - I don't know how you do this with ISO 6400 - so the technical stuff is impressive. However, I really like the composition and feel of the shot.

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great use of depth of field. even the bright light in the background works for this photo. i like it alot!
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Королевское обрамление царствующей птицы, великолепно!
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Awesome shot, I love the colourful flaky background!

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