Discussion in 'Critique Forum Archives' started by ssocal, Mar 2, 2007.
All comments, advise. suggestions welcome.
you need to sharpen it something fierce.
ok, I'll take off the beer goggles
too much imo
To me it just lloks like a snapshot out the window of a moving car the original needs to be in better foucus to get a truly sharp image.
Thanks for the responses. So how do I fix this in the future? What is the likely suspect; focus, shake or both?
This was hand held f4.0 1/250 70mm , so I'm thinking its probably focus.
Also, Is there any "rule of thumb" when to use a tripod? Or is that an individual thing I need to work out for myself.
The rule of thumb for the tripod - use it whenever the exposure time is more than 1/focal distance (ex - 1/20 with a 100mm lens )
This shot looks like a snapshot to me, i don't see a clear subject or something to hold my eye.
rule of thumb for tripod for me is all of the time for serious landscape shots
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