A Walk in the Park...

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  1. EasternSierra

    EasternSierra TPF Noob!

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    Went for a walk to the park today to play with some ducks...

    I don't have the exposure data on these. I know I was shotting in shutter priority, and I had a fast shutter speed...so I imagine my aperature was pretty low, but I don't know the numbers. Can anyone tell me how to keep my exposure data attached to my images? I'm using Corel PSP Photo X2...

    Anyhow...I was playing around using sequential shooting and got these two shots. I used a touch of sharpness and contrast afterwards...

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    These flowers were shot at f/5.6; shutter 1/125; ISO 100. I used an 18% grey card to get my EV, than set the camera manually. I used a touch of contrast and sharpening afterwards...

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    I should have blown the pollen off, but...oh well...next time.

    Any comments or criticisms are greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance!
     
  2. Do'Urden's Eyes

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    The focus seems a bit off on the flowers... And in terms of composition the flowers are very typical, experiment with it a bit more.
     
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    I really like that first duck picture [​IMG]
     

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