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    The Men At Sea

    The Men At Sea


    ISO 400
    Exposure time 1/1250
    25 mm
    metering mode: spot


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      Re: The At Sea

      I would be removing the dust/sensor spots to the left of the photo

      Also why ISO 400 in bright sunlight? and a shutter speed of 1/1250 when focal length is 25mm? What was your Aperture?
      Last edited by Scott Murray; 11-22-2013 at 04:08 PM.

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      What's the story behind these?
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      Re: The Men At Sea

      Quote Originally Posted by Moab Man View Post
      What's the story behind these?

      ​What he said!

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      Re: The Men At Sea

      Also why ISO 400 in bright sunlight? and a shutter speed of 1/1250 when focal length is 25mm? What was your Aperture?
      Arrgh, sometimes I'm a bit to busy..I forgot to change me Iso-settings. The Aperture was F14. I'll remove to spots and maybe crop the photo a bit. Also maybe I should take another photo when there is thundering and lightning around?

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      Re: The Men At Sea

      What aperture did you use?
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      Re: The Men At Sea

      What aperture did you use?
      F14

      White balance 5500

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      Re: The Men At Sea

      Quote Originally Posted by Frands View Post
      F14

      White balance 5500
      Do you have LR I would bring the shadows up a fraction to show some of the foreground. Its looking a bit contrasty to me.

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      Re: The Men At Sea

      I have Lightroom and Elements. I'll try and fix it. Thanks for your good advise

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      Re: The Men At Sea

      The Men At Sea
      This is my rendition... From a screen shot

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