Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by misstwinklytoes, Aug 22, 2010.
These lil rascals are my mom's...
1. Argh! I know Lil' Bit's paw got chopped off!
:x pop up flash, take them outside in nice light and use a bit of fill flash thats all the pop up flash is good for
One of my dog with a bit of fill flash (not pop up)
Point taken! Unfortunately this is the best I could do at 10pm in my mom's house.
Sometimes it's better leaving your camera in its bag
Right. Fortunately my mom wanted pics of her dogs, isn't a photographer, and liked them.
I wouldn't have taken them, unless i had my backdrop and studio flashes or i would have gone back when there is good light
I got your point, lol. But I did take them. And I even like them. It's cool that you don't though. I respect your opinion and your right to "leave the camera in the bag".
The only time i will shoot in bad light is at a sporting event
People aren't always going for professional quality super amazingly lit backdrop portraits. Sometimes it's just capturing that moment to remember what was going on at that time and remember the dogs how they were there that are more important than anything else. At the end of the day if the person who they were taken for likes them then I guess no one else's opinion really matters. Cute dogs and keep shootin'!
I totaly agree with this, but arent those the ones you print out at 4x6 and put in the photo album, Not ask for c&c on?
Not if you are looking to improve the next time.
She named them Buddy and Lil' Bit? Do people get it? (does she care?...
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