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May 16, 2010 - 49 went

Sunset Photography + Meet and Greet

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  • A former member

    Amazing photos Martin! You will have to share what settings you used for these fantastic shots.

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  • A former member

    I used Shutter priority speed 1/50 handheld. Auto ISO. I only know basic F stops and shutter speed settings. I use prime lens only because I don't know how to zoom. I learned photography using those cheap plastic cameras you buy from a drugtstore. I am good at compositions.

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  • A former member

    Martin, you are a prime example of a natural. The technical portion of photography can be learned and understood by anyone that puts an effort into it. The ability to compose comes with the ability to see beyond the camera's viewfinder. Your images are fluid and music. is not something you can acquire that easily. Just like having a singing voice. Some people have it some don't. There are basic principles that can be taught but none will get close to a natural. Really enjoy your work. Cheers

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  • A former member

    Thank you, John B. Thank heavens for digital cameras. I was going nuts trying to figure out the F stop and shutter speed recipe when using film cameras. Now the business is done by the computer in the digital camera. It even has a screen to preview your photos. Go technology!!! I did have Wagner playing in my head. That's why all the photos look "Operatic."

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