Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by Kofman13, Nov 21, 2009.
2 new shots
they're both kinda over exposed and blown out, the second one needs to be rotated a bit counter clockwise. you want to avoid blinding light that washes out colours and details. also they both seem as if they could be a little sharper, they both seem a little out of focus to me, or maybe thats just my eyes at 1:30 in the morning speaking hahaha
more satisfied with your camera now? :O
Hehe I'm getting the hang of it... 6 days of photography. I still want a nifty fifty and am still irked it costs 400$ for Olympus but I'm seeing it's more about the photographer than the cam...
And... How do I make it sharper? Post processing? Because the tennis ball one, the can was in the ground and in the second one, I used a tripod so it wasn't shaking...
Wow, that's an old GEICO sign!
With your first picture, I would like to see more of the ball. But that's just me.
Hehe I noticed the ball thing after I got home..
thats good to hear don't worry... the 50mm lens for my camera's $530 yeah its more about the photographer and less about the camera.
about making the image sharper, make sure the focus is on the right spot... the tennis ball photo seems as if you missed the focus a little, the foreground is in perfect focus, and only a bit of the ball is... the camera was on the ground right? meaning you probably didn't look through the viewfinder, which also means you might not have been able to pick your focus spot. if i'm ever on the ground i'd put my hand under the camera so i can turn my head and peer through the viewfinder.
also it seems as if the ball's blown out... which makes it hard to see details.
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