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Rick Wiese


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"RE: D1 for indoor sports"

Rick Wiese Basic Member
Tue 06-Feb-01 06:25 AM

Thanks Alan,

I'll try to take it out for a few test shots this week. I know those guys were using matrix metering and auto on the white balance. I know the photos one of our photographers took about a week-and-a-half ago had that sharp spike when the levels were adjusted in photoshop. Maybe I'll switch to center-weighted, since it always gives me excellent results with my F3, and set the camera manually for the flourescent lights. We'll see what happens. Take care and thanks again!

Rick

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