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Step down - (Helios 44-2, 58mm) - 2018-01-07th, Dalry, Scotland, UK

One of the smaller falls on Lugton Water near Dalry....

Exif Data

ILCE-6000

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Aperture
f/16.0
FocalLength
87
Exposure
1/6
ISO
100
Flash
16
  • Image type: image/jpeg
  • Exposure: 1/6
  • Resolution: 72/1
  • Created: 7th January 2018
  • Uploaded: 14th January 2018
  • Category: Nature
  • Views: 30
  • Likes: 17



  • Ungur Paul
    9 months ago
    Lovely shot you got there. I heave also a Helios 44-2 but my photographs result blurry and lack the sharpness, could the lens bee broken?
    • colinmair
      9 months ago
      Thanks.... That I am not sure off, but there is a few things you can try... first, check the lens doesn't have any misting / fungus inside by shining a bright LED light inside and have a look about, if you have a smartphone, switch on the LED torch light. If all clear then I would try the lens on your camera on a tripod in the house at a window light with a timer at different f stops and see what these are like thereby eliminating wind and shaky hands... if sharp then it is more likely to be shaky hands.... the best f stop i usually around the middle aperture and try faster shutter speeds than 1/125th.... let me know how you get on. Colin
      • Ungur Paul
        9 months ago
        Thank you very much for the advice.It is clean still lubricated no dust inside i will try the second suggestion.Thank you again for the help
        • Ungur Paul
          8 months ago
          The problem was hand shake and manual focusing but the tripod helped. I can wait to test It on the field. Thank you very much for the help