C&C, Please

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  1. crh428

    crh428 TPF Noob!

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    OK, I did get two shots that came out ok from the other night when the kids were goofing off. Let me know what I could improve on.

    This is what i think:

    1. Buy a real flash, so I can bounce it off the cieling and lose the shadows (or use a diffuser? I don't know)

    2. Learn how to do my daughter's hair so when my wife isn't home it doesn't look all frazzled like that.

    Anyways, I think I am still a tad underexposed on these.

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    Let me know what you think I could do to improve...
     
  2. NateS

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    Even with the flash these look a little underexposed and number 2 seems to have a little missed focus or camera shake.

    Definitely get a flash that will let you bounce. My SB-600 (Nikon) has been the greatest tool in helping me get good indoor photo's.

    Another cheap alternative is the Canon 50mm f1.8 which is around $100 with great quality and the fast f1.8 apreture will let you get a quicker shutter speed without flash. This is really only useful for a single subject though (like #1) because at f1.8 you'll never keep 2 separate people in focus.
     
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