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 Post subject: Peeps anyone?
PostPosted: Sun May 25, 2008 7:22 am 
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next couple a tad under exposed, but i like the darkness of them, so thats that.
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this one is my fav
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i need a telephoto, lol singed a couple hairs on my arm getting some of these.

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Whoa smiles77,

that looks kinda dangerous..lol..but interesting captures there!

What's in the spray-can?

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LahLahSr wrote:
Whoa smiles77,

that looks kinda dangerous..lol..but interesting captures there!

What's in the spray-can?

Cheers :-)


Its WD 40 extremely flammable and makes a good flamethrower apparently :wink: :wink: Its usually used to grease things on a bike and also cleans things well.. also used when driller things in metal to cool off the bit and stuff.. theres a million things you can do with that stuff.. and also very interesting pics the 3rd one is probably my favorite..good stuff

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i'm not gonna lie that does look really cool but on the other hand it is rather dangerous. i'm going to have to try that


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I'm curious as to what shutter speeds you used :)

Cool shots.

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1) iso 200, 46mm, f/5.3, 1/80
2) iso 100, 36mm, f6.3, 1/160
3) iso 100, 36mm, f6.3, 1/160
4) iso 100, 55mm, f/7, 1/200
5) iso 110, 20mm, f/5.6, 1/125

1st attempt at using AP mode, more difficult than yall made it sound for action lol. a good half were shot in no-flash mode.

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