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Oldtown Alexandria Waterfront V.A.: dawn
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[Sony A200/Tamron 18-250 ISO100 1/40s F8 225mm effective > dcraw H0W AHD3 > Gimp rotate & crop, "stiff" contrast, strong USM with threshold 5] USM about right for this camera at ISO100 > "A200 default" Shot was soft initially now looks ok on casual inspection, though a bit soft still in patches on closer inspection. Not blatantly-so though. Very shaky at 100% though the odds that you are going to see that are one in 500-billion. Not much color in the sky, unfortunately. A cloudy sky is made worse by a long shot & a tight crop LOL Though with a tight-enough crop there wouldn't be enough sky to even think about unless it was so bright as to throw-off the exposure. Ironic: too much light in the wrong place. That is one reason why I'm standing out on a bridge on a 6-lane highway at 8am on a Sunday morning taking this shot. This shot is close to the limits of handheld shooting with this camera, though not uncomfortably so. Still have ISO200 with moderate sharpening & ISO400 with mild sharpening, ISO800 with VNG 4-color demosiacing & light sharpening and of course pushes of all the above, though with this camera I'd stick with a 1eV push at most. So 225mm effective at ISO200 at F8 1/120s handheld with a 1/2eV push should work nicely with this camera and lens for handheld shooting, and of course you can pull another 2/3eV out of F6.3 vs F8, trading some sharpness across the frame (and obviously unneeded DOF for this shot) for more speed and inherent stability. The 5D and Tamron 28-300VC would take this handheld at F8 ISO800 with no problem. The problem is that you'd just get a slightly more-stiff version of this shot. You can get that just by working on your handheld technique, optimizing the camera & lens settings and taking a few bursts at those camera-settings. Start "low & bright" and work down to "fast & dark" by increasing ISO and lowering eV independently. If you do this with exposure-brackets at a fixed F#, you end up with speed-brackets shot at different ISOs and F#s. Vary the exposure slightly and repeat the brackets and you end up with 12-15 shots within a small range of exposures and you can just cherry-pick from that. And it really helps that you won't have to worry about streak-noise in the process. Or use the famous "$5 tripod": tie a bunch of bolts onto the end of a 5' string, attach the other end to a bolt that matches the tripod thread, and away you go. Supposedly that works wonders. Now of course you can do all that with a fullframe and super-zoom as well and you can see real quick just how dumb it is to spend a ton of money on camera gear. If you're into photography as a hobby, then you should be willing to spend a little time & effort to get good pictures. Dumb photographers do all that and then spend a lot of money on top of that. The more that I know about photography, the more that I see people walking around with $2k worth of gear as morons. Especially given all the good gear on eBay that's available for a fraction of the retail price. I could buy a D90 and Nikon 18-200VR2, and it would be a halfway-decent rig, but would I really want to? No. Would I need to buy that to take good pics? No. Would I really want to spend $700 for the camera and $400 for the lens even on eBay? No. I'm not even happy that I spend $400 for the Tamron 18-250 that I have now, which is a better lens than the Nikon 18-200VR2. I was hoping to get it for about $300, but I couldn't find one on eBay at all, in Sony-mount. I had to go to Amazon and get one almost for retail-price. 5Ds are still getting about $900 on eBay. So how many shots would I have to take and how much better would they have to be than what I can get out of an A200 & Tamron 18-250 for $800 including the UV filter & 3 batteries, to make up for that price-difference? They would have to be a whole-lot better regardless of how many shots I took. And they're just not going to be a whole-lot better, or I wouldn't have bought a 2nd A200 & Tamron 18-250 after selling my first pair. At the very least, I wouldn't have made that same "mistake" twice. And you're talking to a guy who has bought TWO Sony A700s and Sony (Tamron) 18-250s at retail prices and sold them on eBay for at least a 25% loss not including shipping-costs with full insurance. Plus my first A200 & Tamron 18-250. Basically giving the lens away to sell the camera. And then Sony released the V4 bios for the A700. Now the A700 is virtually impossible to find on eBay, and when it shows up it sells for as much as a new D90. If I had just kept one of those 3 lenses then I would have been well ahead. Eventually the bodies will come down to $300 or so, regardless of what body it is unless it's some high-price exotic, and then if you already have a good lens for that body then you can get into that body for half of what it would cost if you had to buy a lens to match it. The

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