Canada Day parade

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(unknown member) Senior Member • Posts: 1,053
Canada Day parade

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Never mention bokeh to me.

bartolyni Contributing Member • Posts: 513
Re: Canada Day parade

Stunning capture....color,clarity and sharpness top notch.What camera-Lens combo used? ExIF?
thanks for shairing

Pat1954 Regular Member • Posts: 214
Re: Canada Day parade

bartolyni wrote:

Stunning capture....color,clarity and sharpness top notch.What camera-Lens combo used? ExIF?
thanks for shairing

I agree, nice photos.

The exif data shows he used d300s with 35mm f/1.4 and 85mm f/1.8
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bartolyni Contributing Member • Posts: 513
Re: Canada Day parade

I use firefox with integrated Exif viewer yet I cant see none...strange!!.Thanks for the tip though...

dezinerd
dezinerd Senior Member • Posts: 1,079
Re: Canada Day parade

Great job, you are ready for the big time. thanks for sharing
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OP (unknown member) Senior Member • Posts: 1,053
Re: Canada Day parade

Hi:

I used a D300s set at 14 bit, and never off 200 ISO, and three lenses for the event. With the exception of the asian women, all of the shots I posted were with the 35mm 1.4G; the asian women I snapped with my trusty 85mm 1.8D.

The other lens I used was my 20mm 2.8D. For instance:

Never mention bokeh to me.

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