C&C pictures....

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  1. Beth81

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    Dang I edited the first picture. I cropped and saved and yet it still posted the original....I had this crap.
     
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    i like 2, although the highlights are a bit blown, may have helped with a CP filter..
     
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    I like #1 And #3 with #3 being my favorite. If you could reshoot #3 and get your eye in focus I think that would make it that much better. Nice work (IMO)
     
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    ^ I agree. use manual focus to focus on your eyes instead of the lens.
     
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    Thanks guys....I know it's a work in progress....lots of progress still needed. But hey right now playing around with stuff is the best bet to learn new things.
     
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    looks like #1 has too much yellow-need to adjust white balance. #2 has blown out highlights and I agree with #3 needing to focused on your eye instead of the camera. nice work though :)
     
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    Now what does "blown out" exactly mean?
     
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    it means you've lost the detail.
     
  10. Ron Evers

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    #1 Nikon is backwards, the camera is not level & you have too many rings. Teasing!

    The pic (#1) on my screen is lacking definition. I agree that the focus should be on your eye in #3.
     
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    ikon is backwards because I'm looking into a mirror. :) and I'll manually focus next time I try to take that picture.
     
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    the last one is my fav, the focus is perfect
     

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