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    Brad, manual settings please, look at that sky, you must have been set to auto

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    Which picture are you talking about?
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    this pic

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    Really great stuff, Brad! Looks like a nice trip!

    happy autumn
    nature photography of the White Mountains
    by Patrick LaFreniere
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    Quote Originally Posted by spyboy View Post
    Brad, manual settings please, look at that sky, you must have been set to auto
    Agree, funny, I was just looking at a photo newsletter that pointed this techique out.

    http://www.imaging-resource.com/IRNEWS/

    Look under "beginners flash"

    BTW, their idea of beginners isn't all that accurate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spyboy View Post
    Brad, manual settings please, look at that sky, you must have been set to auto
    First, I am in the picture and my son is taking the picture. Without tripods we did not worry too much since the results would not be all that great. Bill normally shoots in AV mode and probably did there - for a guess. Earlier he was manual as we were doing 20 second exposures.
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    I know he took it, but still, you're his dad and he should know better, so I blame you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad View Post
    First, I am in the picture and my son is taking the picture. Without tripods we did not worry too much since the results would not be all that great. Bill normally shoots in AV mode and probably did there - for a guess. Earlier he was manual as we were doing 20 second exposures.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spyboy View Post
    I know he took it, but still, you're his dad and he should know better, so I blame you

    K
    You are one hard Dude. I am learning to take pictures from HIM! He is an adult and therefore on his own. I may take credit, but no responsibility for him.
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