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Well my friends and I were bored last night so I took some pics at the parking garage in York, somewhere else in York, and at the Sprigettesbury Park. So anywho, here they are....




















 

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first off im not a professional camera man, second its only a $150 camera so its not the best in the world, and third i did use a tripod
thanx for the tips tho
 

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lol, thats cuz the tripod was sliding off the freshly waxed hood :)
and the yellow was cuz of the ****** lighting at the parking garage
 

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JYL - no mods as of yet, only had her for about a month and i've been strapped for cash
 

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KevinKim said:
how come seats r yellow?

seats are not yellow, they are tan leather, its the Limited GT model :)
 

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03TibbGT said:
Good to know that im not the only one that has a 5speed

Yea..... um..... 6 speeds are the minority around here.....



Oh and by looking at ur pics bro it just seems like ur trying waaay to hard to get that good picture. Like the pic with the rail over ur car.... Your trying to do some crazy *** photography **** which is cool and all, but it looks like crap. Grant it im no photographer, its just its seems obvious in the pics. Night shots are the hardest tho. Good luck on the tib.
 

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I like the pics where you can see the beam reflection on the windshield and hood. Getting a great picture is not easy; keep working at it and you'll get even better.

Oh, and I do believe that a higher ISO INCREASES "grainyness." 100 Speed (100 ISO) has the least amount of grain. So you'd set your digital camera to mimic 100 ISO film to get rid of the grain.
 

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Oh, and I do believe that a higher ISO INCREASES "grainyness." 100 Speed (100 ISO) has the least amount of grain. So you'd set your digital camera to mimic 100 ISO film to get rid of the grain.
you are right, I meant a lower ISO setting for less graininess. p.s. there are lower than 100 ISO film out there - I think ISO 6 is the lowest.
 
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