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Your best photo of the week ending October 2 2022


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Merco_61

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Sometime before midnight (whatever time zone you are in) this Sunday, October 2 2022, post the best photo you have taken this week.
Any subject, any style and any equipment—just give us your best shot.
If you can, list your EXIF info and any special lighting setups you may have used.



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Minis Bay

 

D3300

AFs DX 10-20 @ 20mm

1/320

f8

ISO 400



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okay taken on gen 1 Z6 gen 2 FTZ sigma 120-300mm 300mm F/2.8 1/8000 iso 720. reason for photo out of spec for got change auto-iso since was taking photo from aquarium in long beach California  did edit and crop to make it pop in lightroom. also sorry for being so small too. i need to find better way to post bigger ones. 


all shot one gen 1 Z6 gen 2 FTZ sigma 120-300mm also dugout i caught eye in photo with eye AF enjoy my test of Sigma 120-300mm for softball got more but will post link later. for them in lens testing forum. 

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fallout, have you tried imgur as a free host for your photos?  They're pretty easy to get along with and work with.  My posts on here are simply large thumbnail size, they give you a choice of small square-large square-small thumbnail-medium thumbnail-large thumbnail-huge thumbnail, or original, (which is gigantic and doesn't fit the forum at all.

 

Here's a large thumbnail example.

 

Sun breaking through a tree on a foggy morning.

 

1/320  f5  M  800  35mm  D700  Nikkor 20-35mm AF D-ED 

 

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A view over part of the industrial past...

The site has been a mill since mid 13-th century. The current building was built between 1786 and 1788. It was rebuilt with more effective machinery and the roof was raised to make room for the hybrid power (water and steam) necessary to make it profitable even in the summer when the water flow is weak. After a fire, turbines replaced the water wheels in 1910 and the mill was active until 1946. Its current use as the county museum started in 1959 after comprehensive renovation of the building.

 

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Model: NIKON Z 6_2
Lens: Z 24-70/4S
Lens (mm): 50
ISO: 100
Aperture: 7.1
Shutter: 1/100
Exp. Comp.: +0.3