Seascapes with A50 f/1.2

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Robbie Corrigan Regular Member • Posts: 195
Seascapes with A50 f/1.2
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K-5 & A50 f/1.2

Lonely Rock - f/14, iso400, 5s

Lonely rock

Surf building - f/22, iso400. 5s

Surf Building

Misty Blue, -f/22, iso400, 20s

Misty Blue

Diagonal Jut - f/1.2, iso80, 1/13s

Diagonal Jut

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steephill Veteran Member • Posts: 9,714
Why ISO400?

Seems a strange choice of exposure to use ISO400 then have use an aperture which brings diffraction into the mix. Lowering ISO would also have allowed longer exposure times to enhance the fluid effect.

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Robbie Corrigan OP Regular Member • Posts: 195
Re: Why ISO400?

Mistake on my side. Had started with iso80 and tripod, then took a few handheld shots and forgot to revert back to iso80 when I remounted on tripod. The other thing I forgot was my remote which limited me to a maximum of 20s. Live and learn

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steephill Veteran Member • Posts: 9,714
Been there, done that
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Only upside now is I can blame the advancing years toll on my remaining brain cells

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