|Photograph by Cliff Davis on the ground at the Wharf|
|Vertical Image of the Davis Station Wharf Near Completion|
F Stop: f 10
Exposure Compensation: 0
Image Storage: RAW only. Converted to Jpeg for emails and the like.
Shutter Speed: As fast as I could get it! Actually it wasn't that high as we hovered for most of the shots. Around 1/640 - 1/800. Would have liked quicker, but that would have ment reducing my f stop or increasing my ISO to unacceptable levels. I felt my ISO was a bit high but acceptable.
Other Comments: The shoot was for work projects. It was to record progress and to update survey records of the Station. Therefore, artistic composition was not a priority. As a whole I had fun and I think I delivered what was needed. There was 179 images taken in around 20 minutes flight time.The Station is spread out over a large area so oblique shots where the only way to get the whole station without going to panoramic shooting. Some of the images have been cropped down to remove unwanted landscapes. Having 21mega pixels at ones disposal allows to be fairly savage with the cropping without too much loss of image quality in this case.
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