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Old March 12th, 2013, 09:50 PM
Adrian Wareham Adrian Wareham is offline
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Originally Posted by George Holroyd View Post
I shouldn't have assumed, but those seemed to be the product of a meter trying to average a high contrast scene and defaulting to it's programming. Were you using a tripod? I ask because 1/30 of a second is a slower shutter speed than most could hold steadily with a DSLR, even at a focal length of 42mm.
I leaned it against a tree, and held from underneath. I guess I have steady hands, though, because I do a LOT of night photography at 1/30th and 50mm with that 60D. I seldom need more than a 3200 ISO even at night. So needing almost half that in the day felt weird, but was the difference between f1.4 and f9.0 ... lol
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