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Posted By: BirdDude007, 10-30-2012, 08:08 PM

I was driving to work the other morning and I must have driven for another half mile before I convinced myself I just couldn't let this photo op pass by me. I was so excited about the shot that I was paying no attention to the ISO and it was taken with ISO of 3200~4500 at a shutter speed of around 1000, however I was still pleased at how this camera performs in low light, these shots took very little PP in LR.









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10-31-2012, 05:33 AM   #2
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I was paying no attention to the ISO
Hate it when that happens. But no matter, really -- beautiful set. You did the most important thing right, stopping to get the shots!
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James these are beautiful!!! Mist shots are hard at the best of times.... maybe the accidental settings actually helped? I love them all. So glad you stopped and then shared the beauty.
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Don't sweat the ISO - sometimes the grain/noise enhances the photo. I've an 11x14 print on my wall of a double rainbow over Bowron Lake (middle of British Columbia) that was taken on Fujifilm 400 in 1980. The sky was flat grey cloud and the grain (pretty bad in those days) livens up the sky a bit.

Those are nice shots. What would they look like a bit more "misty" by lowering the saturation?

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Don't sweat the ISO - sometimes the grain/noise enhances the photo. I've an 11x14 print on my wall of a double rainbow over Bowron Lake (middle of British Columbia) that was taken on Fujifilm 400 in 1980. The sky was flat grey cloud and the grain (pretty bad in those days) livens up the sky a bit.

Those are nice shots. What would they look like a bit more "misty" by lowering the saturation?
I have a thing for lots of saturation, I guess I need to dial it back a bit in my images, oh well I am still a newb at all this PP stuff.
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They look very nice to these old eyes.-charliezap
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Beautiful! I'm glad you decided to turn around and get these shots.
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