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NIKON D100 :)
f/4.5
1/20s (out of my mind, the lighting was bad, bad, bad)
Exp comp. -2 :)
Prime lens (50mm) :) :D :heart:

'Model' lens: Sigma telephoto

I CAN'T BELIEVE I DIDN'T SUBMIT THIS!!! :o This was one of my more popular photos... on the other side of the world... somewhere in Ann Arbor, MI. ^^

FULL VIEW PLZ, PREVIEW DOES NOT SAY EVERYTHING.

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:iconloveisforeverandever:
Never knew you a Nikon gal! Great image!

~PH
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chewygummies Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2010  Student Photographer
Thanks for the comment! I'm a Canon convert now! I have a new 500D :D
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loveisforeverandever Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2010
OI....but the 500D is nowhere near your old Nikon; that was a pro body now you stuck with an entry level body....albeit a little more advanced...
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chewygummies Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2010  Student Photographer
The Nikon body was not mine in the first place; it's my photography club's. :D I am a really *budget* person so I chose something entry-level... I realise I need to start from scratch before I advance to a fresh stage. :D

Thanks for the comment. :)
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stealthjet Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2010
At 1/20s, that's really sharp, did you use a tripod or something? Or are your hands that steady?
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chewygummies Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2010  Student Photographer
I think my camera was on AV mode so the shutter speed was auto-adjusted. No, I didn't use a tripod... My hands are quite steady! :0 I took a lot of shots (probably close to 10) and chose this 'cos it's the best one.

Thanks for your comment, really appreciated it. :D
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stealthjet Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2010
Wow, that's really good. I can't hold the camera that steady, so I often have to skyrocket the shutter speed to compensate. XD
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chewygummies Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2010  Student Photographer
Oh that would result in darker photos... Then you have to jack up the ISO and exp. comp. ... You can use a tripod, like a joby gorillapod. :)
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stealthjet Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2010
Well, I'm not in the habit of using tripods (I need to practice holding the camera steady anyway), so I often increase the ISO or increase the aperture to compensate for the high shutter speed. Which then results in the problem of graininess or screwed up DOF. So if all else fails, I'll just use flash or it's post processing time! XD
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chewygummies Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2010  Student Photographer
Yes, post-processing! I recommend lightroom, it's user-friendly and easily manageable. :D

Anyway thanks for commenting! :)
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stealthjet Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2010
Thanks, you're welcome. :)
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