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    Church at night (easter)

    Church at night (easter)

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    Re: Church at night (easter)

    Nice treatment. Care to share your settings?

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    Re: Church at night (easter)

    Quote Originally Posted by Shadowman View Post
    Nice treatment. Care to share your settings?
    Thanks for the comment John! unfortunately, i did not take the information down and the picture is not on my camera anymore.

    I will make sure to keep it next time around

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    Re: Church at night (easter)

    Quote Originally Posted by Shadowman View Post
    Nice treatment. Care to share your settings?
    Hi John,

    I have been looking around and i found a freeware that allowed me to extract the info out of the Jpeg

    OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA
    Model - E-420
    ExposureTime - 1/2.5 seconds
    FNumber - 4.00
    ExposureProgram - Creative program
    ISOSpeedRatings - 400
    MeteringMode - Multi-segment
    Flash - Flash not fired, auto mode
    FocalLength - 14 mm

    wasn't probably that important to you but hey! i was happy to find the answer haha

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    Re: Church at night (easter)

    Hi Jim,

    I'm relatively new to night photography, used to use flash predominately, so wanted to know what settings other photographers use and why. Notably, if you are concerned with noise and how you handle the detail in the lights. More Q's to come later.

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