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    Sheeeeep

    or three

    Caught in a dust storm, windy as all hell, and didn't seem to phase them at all...

    DSC05195-Edit by Chris Stewart, on Flickr

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    Re: Sheeeeep

    Sharp where it counts.. wow, that’s some dust storm!

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    Re: Sheeeeep

    Quote Originally Posted by closei View Post
    Sharp where it counts.. wow, that’s some dust storm!
    setup should be familiar to you

    first run with the a6000

    prefer my canon, but only because I know where all the buttons are

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    Re: Sheeeeep

    Nice shot. The DOF is good and I like the composition too.

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    Re: Sheeeeep

    Quote Originally Posted by Chris788 View Post
    setup should be familiar to you

    first run with the a6000

    prefer my canon, but only because I know where all the buttons are
    You’ll soon find the fast way around it. Live view is great for getting the exposure you want. I use spot metering a lot and just move the framing in small increments watching the exposure change and snapping off a couple of brackets. Focus is quick and accurate and if you are using a wide focus cover, every squeeze of the shutter button will give you a different focus point option. Cheers.

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