"Controlling shutter speed"

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    Superb!
    Currently playing with my EOS 1V & 5D MkII + various L-Series, Minolta MC/MD, M39 RFs, assorted 70-80's fixed lens RFs and occasional MF TLRs

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    Clever.
    Am I jumping the gun, Baldrick, or are the words "I have a cunning plan" marching with ill-deserved confidence in the direction of this conversation?

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    Thanks!
    I'm not completely happy with this one.. but it works.

    I also did a "Depth of Field" photo at:
    http://www.photoforum.com/index.php?showtopic=45727

    Any ideas on how I should do an "ISO" photo to finish off this series?
    Maybe just a shot with alot of grain in it? heheh
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    Thanks!
    I'm not completely happy with this one.. but it works.

    I also did a "Depth of Field" photo at:
    http://www.photoforum.com/index.php?showtopic=45727

    Any ideas on how I should do an "ISO" photo to finish off this series?
    Maybe just a shot with alot of grain in it? heheh
    Clever shot! Wish there was more light movement in front of the book - but still a very cool shot.

    I would photograph the ISO page of the book in a very low light condition, crank your D80 to 3200, use the nifty fifty at 1.8. It might just get the point across! Can't wait to see the results!
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    Your pictures are very smart I like a lot of your work!
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    hey Mat. sweeeet shot....rick
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