Equestrian - Showjumping

Discussion in 'Photojournalism & Sports Gallery' started by Agfa, Jun 9, 2009.

  1. Agfa

    Agfa TPF Noob!

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    Didnt realise this forum was here :er:

    Just some pics I have taken over weekend...Just getting into photography so any tips greatfull :D I know there far from perfect :D

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    Thanks for looking :D
     
  2. pet3250

    pet3250 TPF Noob!

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    well I like them!
     
  3. gsgary

    gsgary Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Turn your ISO down 800 is too high you were getting 1/4000 @ F5, i think you may have realized the last one was ISO200 and the sharpest
     
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    musicaleCA TPF Noob!

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    Blarg. Copypasta because of double-thread. Next time, find a mod and ask for it to be moved. >.>

    These are some good shots for just starting out. Based on the info in the files I'm going to ask two questions. 9a) Did you shoot these in "B&W" on camera, and (b) are you shooting RAW or JPEG Medium (if the latter, I suggest learning how to use RAW as quick as you can and shooting with it; it will give you WAY more flexibility in the long run)?
     
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    Third and fifth images stand out to me. On bright sunny days try using ISO 100 or 200, Cloudy, use ISO 200 or 400 etc. If you want to know the basics, try and get Understanding Exposure by Bryan Peterson, very handy book :)
     

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