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PostPosted: Wed Jun 08, 2011 11:55 pm 
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Giving me and my new camera a workout...Crop and frame is only PP

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125mm, f6.3, 1/250, iso1600 it was getting late in the evening and overcast so I had to crank the iso up to get the shutter speed for the action shots

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44mm, f5, 1/8 sec, iso800

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I think the framing of both shots is good. In the second one you could have done with using a bigger aperture. Althoug not sure if that was the minimum on your lens in which case nothing can be done about that. You should consider getting a 50mm 1.8 they can be got for about £70 and are very sharp lenses with a big aperture. Be warned though you do sacrifice build quality at that price range.

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