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D70 loves baby hummingbirds (ISO 800 daylight)

 
 
paul
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      03-07-2005, 04:47 AM
OK OK I know, but at least it's in focus:
<http://www.edgehill.net/1/?SC=go.php&DIR=California/Bay-Area/San-Francisco/our-garden/more/2005-03-06-hummingbird&PG=1&PIC=1>
To keep on topic I'll tell a story about photographic technique. Bumping
the ISO can be a useful technique in good lighting especially because it
can be used to ensure tripod-like stability through fast shutter speed
in daylight conditions that really don't show noise anyways. I'll admit
I had it on ISO 800 only because I forgot to change it back but hey, for
a full pixel crop on the shaky gangplank end of my 35-200 nikon that's
pretty sharp.
 
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