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Tony

Tony

Member Since 19 Jun 2014
Offline Last Active Yesterday, 10:01 PM
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I Finally Have All Of My Ducks In A Row. :)) 1 of 3 Images.

Yesterday, 10:01 PM

Lens: AF Nikkor 55~200mm Lens Camera: Nikon D200 Photo Location: My Backyard ISO: 1600 Shutter Speed: 1/60s Aperture: F5.6 

 

Focal Length 200mm,Manual Exposure Mode, No Flash with Multi-Segment Metering.

Thanks for viewing.

TT


Okay, for the last time, my place or yours? :)

 

EXIF Data is pretty much the same as previous photograph.

 

Thanks for viewing.

 

Tony


Two of a kind.  Lucky to catch these two being still for a couple of seconds.

 

Thanks for viewing.

 

TT


au Natural.

Yesterday, 06:40 PM

Lens: AF Nikkor 18~70mm ED, DX, IF, Lens Camera: Nikon D200 Photo Location: Sherwood Forest ISO: 800 Shutter Speed: 1/60s Aperture: F11 

 

Focal Length 70mm, Manual Exposure Mode, No Flash with CWA Metering.

Thnx for viewing.

I attempted many different changes to this image, then decided that downsizing was enough. smile.png

TT


"Goldeneye" Flower.

19 April 2019 - 10:20 PM

Lens: AF Nikkor 18~70mm ED, DX, IF, Lens Camera: Nikon D200 Photo Location: Timbuktu ISO: 100 Shutter Speed: 1/60s Aperture: F9 

 

Focal Length 70mm, Manual Exposure Mode, No Flash with CWA Metering.

Thanks so much for viewing.

TT

 

 

 


Graphics covering images in LED Screen.

19 April 2019 - 01:35 AM

Today we had wonderful weather so I decided to get out and take some photos.  Imagine my surprise. :)

 

 

In a nutshell, while shooting, some graphics appeared on top of the images I had just taken.  These graphics gave 

 

information such as: ISO, Hue,Color, Sharpness and some other stuff.  I swear, in all my years I have never seen or heard 

 

of this type of thing happening.  I turned the camera off for a minute or two, turned it back on and the graphics were still 

 

apparent.  I turned the camera off again but then removed the battery and waited approximately five minutes.  Replaced the 

 

battery, turned the camera on and the graphics were still there.  I decided then that if there were some sort of miscue that it

 

already did some damage and continued shooting.  Eventually after about five shots, there was some scrambling of images

 

and then the graphics disappeared.  During shooting for the rest of the day, the graphics never did appear again.

 

Well, as they say in Japanese, "what the heck is that all about?"  :)

 

Thanks for any and all assistance.  I was using the Nikon D200 with the AF Nikkor IF, DX, ED 18~70mm lens.  Cheers.

 

TT


Amazing Looking Flower With Wonderful Color Support.

12 April 2019 - 05:26 AM

Lens: Takumar F 70~210mm Lens Camera: Pentax K100D Photo Location: Casablanca ISO: 100 Shutter Speed: 1/60s Aperture: F5.6 

 

Focal Length 210mm, Manual Exposure Mode, No Flash with CWA Metering.

Thanks for viewing.

TT