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Bed Time

Post by travis_cooper on Sat Apr 12, 2008 11:37 pm



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Re: Bed Time

Post by khutch on Mon Apr 14, 2008 4:17 pm

Great idea behind this photo but the photo turned out a little grainy. Great job being creative though.
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Re: Bed Time

Post by travis_cooper on Mon Apr 14, 2008 4:22 pm

I think this is a cool idea for this challenge. You just need to expose it a bit more so we can see some more of the details. It looks like the bottom part of the alarm is missing, I can't really tell for sure though. Looking at your settings there are a lot of things I would have done differently. The graininess mentioned is caused by a couple of things. The obvious one is that your ISO is really high, the not as obvious one is the long exposure. Although it isn't as noticeable, the longer the exposure the hotter your sensor gets and the more noise is introduced. Since your camera was set for a 10" exposure, I'm guessing this was on a tripod, or on something at least. If your not hand holding I'm not sure why you would use a ISO at 2500, you should use your lowest setting. This would have increased your exposure time; however, your f-stop is a lot higher than it needs to be. In fact everything here is probably on the same plane, so you could have used the lowest f-stop your lens has and that would have brought your exposure time down again. I think this shot has some great potential, make some changes to your settings, over expose it a bit from what we have here so we can see more details and I think you'll be more pleased with the result.

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Re: Bed Time

Post by Heatherplatz on Thu Apr 17, 2008 5:52 pm

I think this is a good idea and I just realized in looking closer that this is a watch? not an alarm clock which I originally thought. Very cool! I agree that there is a lot of noise and based on Travis's comments obviously due to the very high ISO. I agree that this has some great potential if you can use some of Travis' suggestions. (great job critiquing this, Travis.)
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