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This is a location I must go back to with all my kit - want to try some long exposures here.
I was only out for a walk not expecting to see anything worth photographing so only had my camera with me.
Thank you for looking
Sometimes grab shots work out better than the planned ones. Timing's spot on here Katie and a lovely depth to the image.
A truly inspiring image!
Some, but not many, images make the hairs stand up on the back of my neck. This had that effect.
Derek a big thank you for your award
Nice work,, good depth and clarity,,,
What a beauty! Excellent image that insists on attention and draws you in towards the distant figure.
Fine image here well timed
Congrats on the EC Katie
Oh wow Pete a big thank you for my EC
And thank you to everyone for stopping by.
and my award go to you
Dorel a very big thank you for your award, I am chuffed you like the image.
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If you’ve ever dealt with high-contrast lighting - a landscape under direct sunlight or a brightly-lit screne shot from inside a darkened room - you’ll appreciate what Active D-Lighting has to offer!
If you have the camera on a tripod during live view, you can zoom in on your subject in the monitor for precise focus.
For subjects that are in motion, choose Dynamic-area AF.
If your subject is poorly lit, shutter speed will slow and pictures may be blurred. You can choose a high ISO sensitivity for faster shutter speeds and sharper images.
This option controls how autofocus adjusts to sudden large changes in the distance to the subject during continuous-servo AF.