Crazy Kiteboarder

by danielle Hennequin
(pembroke pines, fl,usa)

I used the 70-300mm lens on my Nikon d40 camera.

This picture is just a picture of a kiteboarder doing a trick. This guy is crazy he just had two broken ribs and now hes back out there.

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Dec 11, 2010
Shutter Speed
by: Jocelyn,age 17

Use a faster shutter speed. I think its the ISO? If not just look in the manual for shutter speed. The faster the shutter speed the more detail you will get. For example if you use a shutter speed of 1600 you would get every little droplet of water in the splash. Sope this helps :]

Note from Jonnie: ISO is the film setting. For digital cameras, it relates to the comparable setting of your image sensor. If you are going to use a faster shutter speed, you may have to use a faster (higher) film (ISO) setting. For more on this, please check out these articles on the SLR Camera.

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