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    Re: Assignment 13: Vertical Compositions



    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Williams


    Wow, Nice shots. I really like #3 the waterful. But #5 really captures the spirit of the contest--great colors too.


    Nice job


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    Thanks Bob! I really appreciate it.


    I got the assignment Day 1 of the trip. So let's just say I took a few more vertical pictures than usual....[]

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    Re: Assignment 13: Vertical Compositions



    My first ever go at this, two offerings.


    [img]/resized-image.ashx/__size/550x0/__key/CommunityServer-Discussions-Components-Files/26/6180.Alley1.jpg[/img]





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    Tokina 11-16mm standing in the rain today.


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    Re: Assignment 13: Vertical Compositions



    @JJphoto


    The strings weren

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    @Kayaker72


    Love the 3rd!

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    Re: Assignment 13: Vertical Compositions



    Quote Originally Posted by mattsartin


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    The strings weren't vibrating at all the guitar was just lying on the table (a ping pong table at that lol), I used a higher ISO because of the lowlight, the lens was already wide open and I didn't have a flash to use, ISO wouldn't affect the DOF on its own. Only if you raised the ISO to have a narrower f-stop.
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    since the guitar and strings didn't move at all, why didn't you use slower shutter speed so you can lower you ISO to reduce noise? in your case, you can use 1/25/f2.8/ISO200 instead of 1/100/f2.8/ISO800, the DOF will be the same. maybe you had to hand hold your camera?



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    ISO does not affect DOF, it is purely a function of the camera's sensetivityto light.


    I still don't were this misconception came from, you raise ISOof thecamera not the lens. I never saw the lens close it's aperture when I raise the ISO.[^o)]


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    Re: Assignment 13: Vertical Compositions



    @JJphoto, Fast Glass:


    I was hand holding, I realize the camera would change ISO, just attempting to explain that ISO would only need to be increased if wanting to use a narrower f-stop in a low light situation. If I had a tripod handy i would

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    Re: Assignment 13: Vertical Compositions



    Quote Originally Posted by Sheiky


    Wow this is a hard assignment, great submissions so far!...To be honest I have quite a few shots in vertical composition. However they all seem naturally that way, the obvious portraits etc. And so I had a hard time selecting one. Perhaps I'll change my mind later on..


    This one is special though...mainly because they tasted very well [img]/emoticons/emotion-22.gif[/img]





    Exif: 100mm f2.8 ISO-400 1/125sec

    Did you get your insperation for this picture after drinking these? If so this picture in itself tells a story.



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    Re: Assignment 13: Vertical Compositions



    Thanks Matt....great shot of the guitar strings as well. []

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    Re: Assignment 13: Vertical Compositions



    Quote Originally Posted by HDNitehawk
    Did you get your insperation for this picture after drinking these? If so this picture in itself tells a story.

    What do you think [A] I'm in a totally good mood. Since it's autumn here and it gets visible with it's beautiful colors popping out of the ground and beautiful skies...it's also a season of very good seasonal beers which has to be celebrated [:P]

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