Monday, May 28, 2007


morning coffee

Didn't have coffee here, but popped in to see what baked goods were available. Fuji F30, 1/34, f8, ISO 3200, 66mm 35 equiv. focal length.
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Tuesday, May 22, 2007


F30 ISO 1600 color "chrome" photo

This snapshot of umbrella decorations was taken in the kids section of the library with a Fuji F30 in "chrome" mode, which slightly oversaturates colors. The settings were 1/75, f2.8, ISO 1600, 35mm equiv.: 38mm.

Yesterday, Mike Johnston linked to the previous b&w ISO 3200 F30 photo on his well read blog, The Online Photographer, here:

Recently, there has been a lot of interest in high ISO P&S cameras, with an interesting recent article on dpreview by Simon Joinson here:

I really enjoy the ISO 3200 of the F30, but usually use b&w mode. It's time to keep trying the high ISO with color as well and see what works and what doesn't.
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Sunday, May 20, 2007


another iso 3200 photo

Fuji f30 in b&w mode, iso 3200, 1/280, f3.2.
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b&w iso 3200 photo

Fuji F30, b&w setting in-camera, not converted. 1/320, F5, ISO 3200, 35mm equiv. of 58mm focal length.
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Tuesday, May 15, 2007


snowflake like flowers

interesting pattern with different stem lengths. Taken with a Lumix FZ3 in macro mode at 1/200, f4, ISO 80, 10mm focal length.
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abstract pond water

this is a close up of an area of a pond where both ducks and fish were feeding on breads. Taken with a Lumix FZ3, zoomed up (55mm actual zoom), 1/30th, f2.8, ISO 80.
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