Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by wgp1987, Sep 22, 2009.
all but the 2nd seem underexposed. the 2nd seems overexposed. in #5 it looks like you had dust on the lens or sensor, but i dont see it in the others. its directly above her head inline with her sunglasses.
Put the 5D in a box, send it to me. Are you sure you want it?
I opened the shot of the woman in the red sweat jacket and gave it Plus 1.53 stops of exposure and it looked almost perfect. Looking at the Levels, it showed the histogram way,way over to the left hand side and the middle of the histogram, indicating severe underexposure.
The others are for the most part similarly underexposed.
You are going to love the 5D's image quality. Its light metering is a bit flaky at times under complex lighting scenarios, but that's what the Histogram and manual exposure mode are for. I love the 5D imager's inherent per-pixel image quality. It's a true landmark camera!
Hahhaha you'd expect someone with a Canon 5D to actually know how to take pictures with it.
If I said that, I'd be called a nasty forum troll.
You really thought I was making fun of the OP?
I'm just saying that because I want a 5D. Damn people, go to college, take Jokes 101 or something.
Maybe you should retake the class, Freshman Forgiveness and all.
He's yanking your chain....
"Go to college" indeed....aren't you still in high school, Michal?
Our bearded jewler friend was being sarcastic. Heard of that?
So who gives a **** i'm still in high school?
And you are the biggest loser in the world trolling around forums lying to everyone.
Get a ****ing life, start your own forum where you are the only member. I'm actually going to college next year and the only thing that stopped me from going to college so far is my age. Can't really speed up high school. Unless you are Derrel, you speeded it up so fast you have no idea what they taught in it. Since when is $4,000 worth a million?
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