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I love the photo - but one quick question.
Why did you shoot at ISO 800 and use a shutter speed of 1/1000 when you could have shot at a lower iso with a slightly slower speed?
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Wasn't on purpose. The camera's settings from the night before were still set and I didn't check before shooting. I actually don't mind the grain in this one, adds to the vintage feel of the subject.
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I thought it was maybe a personal preference - just thought I'd ask :)
It's hard to pick the grain out at a picture this size anyway - an original may tell a different tale!
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Yeah this is cool, I don't see the grain either. I like the contrast here, there is a solid difference between the black and the white which makes it even more amazing.
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neksus wrote:
I thought it was maybe a personal preference - just thought I'd ask :)
It's hard to pick the grain out at a picture this size anyway - an original may tell a different tale!

well that's why you simply click on it and get a bigger view, or click the view large on black link (recommended) instead. ;)
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I did that (looks better on black btw), I still highly doubt that's the original ;)
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I can see the grainyness, but its a wonderful shot! You've gotta love those accidental shots that turn out great. I myself have a really bad habit of not checking certain settings until after I've fired off a few shots.
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I can notice it in the clouds, I assumed the car was texture :)
Accidental shots are often the best...
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Rand0m411 wrote:
I can see the grainyness, but its a wonderful shot! You've gotta love those accidental shots that turn out great. I myself have a really bad habit of not checking certain settings until after I've fired off a few shots.


I always reset to ISO 200, 1/200th second and F8 before starting a shoot. However, if I had shot this picture I wouldn't have gotten the grain, which I think makes it feel more like a vintage photograph. Very well done.
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Grain can always be added later ;)
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Sweet shot, mister!
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neksus wrote:
Grain can always be added later ;)


True... but it's just so dirty.

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