Focal Length: 24 mm
Aperture: f 2.8
Exposure time: 1/4000 sec
Capture date: 2010-Jun-27 17:39
Posted Around 3 years ago
Yes, only one more picture to post and I've reached 600 photos.
It took me longer than I expected. Maybe it's time to get more creative and productive?..
For the photographers: I got the ISO setting all wrong here, just before this picture, I was shooting Yaron while he was jumping and flying through the air and I tried to freeze the action to the maximum... hence the high ISO setting, which I forgot to change back afterwards. :)
What do you think of "the boy who liked climbing trees"?
i know the iso problem, i hate it. ruined lots of pics (especially of beautiful landscapes, which i'll probably never get the chance to go there again), because you don't realize the noise on the cam screen. but sometimes, I like that noise, especially on portraits. it gives a special old-fashioned art style. i think thats also true for your picture here: nice one!
I've done that before (http://www.flickr.com/photos/proleshi/4785134977/in/set-72157619099039668/) <-- 1600 ISO in bright daylight! ha ha. It just makes you more careful in the future with more important photos. I like the processing here and a little grain would contribute to this type of shot.
This fantastic photograph has just won five tough rounds of competition in the 'Portrait ' category of 'The Pinnacle' challenge group (50:17) and has won entry to the Hall of Fame. Please add it to the group pool.
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