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The downside to having a fast lens is that
you can't always slow the blighter down
when you need to without resort to filters.
I'd got out of the habit of using filters in
situ as so much can now be done in the
edit suite instead (and that way you
always preserve the original image, rather
than be stuck with one that's had some
filter or other applied). But I discovered
this limitation whilst trying to get some
cool 'action' shots of gondoliers on the Grande Canal, sort of slow-motion action.
Whilst maintaining correct exposure I couldn't get the shutter speed slow enough to
get the effect I wanted, and so had to resort to the edit suite anyway for this shot. Yes
I know it's out of focus, but I'm still learning, having only spent 50 years doing
photography. I'll get it right one day.
The downside to having a fast lens is that you can't always slow the blighter down
when you need to without resort to filters. I'd got out of the habit of using filters in
situ as so much can now be done in the edit suite instead (and that way you always
preserve the original image, rather than be stuck with one that's had some filter or
other applied). But I discovered this limitation whilst trying to get some cool 'action'
shots of gondoliers on the Grande Canal, sort of slow-motion action. Whilst
maintaining correct exposure I couldn't get the shutter speed slow enough to get the
effect I wanted, and so had to resort to the edit suite anyway for this shot. Yes I know
it's out of focus, but I'm still learning, having only spent 50 years doing photography.
I'll get it right one day.
The downside to having a fast lens is that
you can't always slow the blighter down
when you need to without resort to filters.
I'd got out of the habit of using filters in
situ as so much can now be done in the
edit suite instead (and that way you
always preserve the original image, rather
than be stuck with one that's had some
filter or other applied). But I discovered
this limitation whilst trying to get some
cool 'action' shots of gondoliers on the Grande Canal, sort of slow-motion action.
Whilst maintaining correct exposure I couldn't get the shutter speed slow enough to
get the effect I wanted, and so had to resort to the edit suite anyway for this shot. Yes
I know it's out of focus, but I'm still learning, having only spent 50 years doing
photography. I'll get it right one day.

Gondolier

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The downside to having a fast lens is that you can't always slow the blighter down when you need to without resort to filters. I'd got out of the habit of using filters in situ as so much can now be done in the edit suite instead (and that way you always preserve the original image, rather than be stuck with one that's had some filter or other  applied). But I discovered this limitation whilst trying to get some cool 'action' shots of gondoliers on the Grande Canal, sort of slow-motion action. Whilst maintaining correct exposure I couldn't get the shutter speed slow enough to get the effect I wanted, and so had to resort to the edit suite anyway for this shot. Yes I know it's out of focus, but I'm still learning, having only spent 50 years doing photography. I'll get it right one day.
Gondolier
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