Because I was shooting TA mode and had max ISO set at 6400. Needed a 1000th
shutter speed to freeze action, so wide open I was almost two stops under.
Could have changed ISO to 20,000 or so but experience tells me the result will
be the same if I just push in conversion. Plus I slowed down the shutter a
bunch and got below 6400 ISO for a few shots of static subjects.
Paul via phone
> On Sep 21, 2016, at 7:06 AM, Rick Womer <rickpic...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Paul, why the underexposure and 2-stop push?
> On Tuesday, September 20, 2016, Paul Stenquist <pnstenqu...@comcast.net>
>> Shot some kids football again. Great fun.
>> I’m somewhat mystified by those who say the K-1 is ill suited for sports
>> photography. In continuous autofocus mode it pretty much nails every shot.
>> And even under somewhat dim stadium lights with night closing in, ti’s
>> possible to get decent results at ISO 6400 followed by a two stop push — an
>> effective iso of 25,500.
>> Just beginning to process these, but I had to post a couple. Here’s the
>> shot at 25,800, K-1 DFA 150-450, f 5.6, 1/1000th. TA mode with ISO limit
>> set at 6400, then two stop push in rendering:
>> This one was shot before it got dark, but the light was getting dim. Again
>> K-1 with DFA 150-450, F8, 1/1250th, ISO 6400, minimal exposure adjustment
>> in rendering.
>> No problem with autofocus all night. Loving that camera.
>> Will post a GESO once I’ve rendered more of these.
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