Thanks Casey.Sometimes the most representative shots are the ones...........May 21 2012 at 12:05 PM
|james (Login watchy)|
Response to such a beautiful location...
you see or just sense and grab. In this case,due to the fact that neither the GF1 body or the 20mm f1.7 lens have any IS at all and the bus was climbing up a twisty mountain road, I had set the GF1 to it's Hi setting of a modest 3 fps and fired off a few , hoping to get a couple of good shots. I liked the greenish look due to the tint of the bus window but did not change the hue or tint in PS because I liked the spooky look it gives.
Having said that,the Nikon D800 and the Canon 5D Mk 3 have a frame rate of 4 and 6 fps respectively, although I do admit that they handle resolution that is 3 times and 2 times greater.