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The Kittiwake takes on a different perspective when you a...
The Kittiwake takes on a different perspective when you a... by Dwayne Dubois
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message the whole ship body is very clear, can u let me know what's the iso, shutter speed and aperture?
 
Jun Ouyang
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message Happy to share that info...ISO was 200, shutter speed 1/400, and aperture was f/5. This was the first time I ever shot in natural light, so I was very pleased with how it turned out. It helped that we were there early in the morning - so no other divers to crowd the image - and the sun was shining quite brightly.
 
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