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November 28, 2005
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Make
Canon
Model
Canon EOS 350D DIGITAL
Shutter Speed
1/40 second
Aperture
F/5.0
Focal Length
21 mm
ISO Speed
1600
Date Taken
Nov 19, 2005, 4:58:47 PM
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Luss Pier by tidalwavedave74 Luss Pier by tidalwavedave74
Loch Lomond, Scotland - the peir at Luss - very still and cloudy day at the loch - peaceful but cold
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purplestain Featured By Owner Dec 12, 2005
Beautiful.
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Commander-Richo Featured By Owner Dec 2, 2005   Photographer
NIce Pic, luv the water as still as glass, nice reflection and composition, well done, :)
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tidalwavedave74 Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2005
Thanks for appreciating the shot - your comments are greatly appreciated
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Commander-Richo Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2005   Photographer
No worries, :D
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sleepydaze Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2005
ISO 1600 @F5 @1/40th - gee, must have been dark!

Which lenses have you got with the 350D?
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tidalwavedave74 Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2005
It was dusk about 4.30, 5.00 - I just used the 18-55, but I changed the colour saturation setting and made it quite high, which seems to have brought out the blues, which weren't really that prominent, as the sky was pretty white, and was washing everything out. I've also got a 75-300 which is great for candid shot, which I want to do more of.
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sleepydaze Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2005
Good, glad to see you're enjoying the camera - wish I had the metering modes on the 300D.

I'd recommend the 50mm 1.8 for around 80 - bargain lens

I recently got the 70-200L as my telephoto, and it's a dream to use.
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tidalwavedave74 Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2005
been keeping an eye on ebay for some bargains - I got my EF75-300 on there second hand for about 80 quid - is the fixed focal length of the 50 a good thing to work with, I've never used a fixed lens - does it make you work harder at composing your shot?
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sleepydaze Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2005
It does make you work harder composition wise, but, that's a good thing, and the lens itself it is as sharp as it gets and great for low light F1.8!
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dreamfiasco Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2005  Hobbyist Writer
awesome capture
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