first pis

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  1. andy2

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    [​IMG]dont be to brutal rip apart and put together again:lol:
     
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    KmH Helping photographers learn to fish Supporting Member

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    Guess that was to brutal. No more 'first pis'.

    So much for 'rip apart and put together again'. :er:
     
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    i learns by my mistakes hope to improve on next set thanks samanax .
     
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    Agreed with the above. I noticed you seem to be shooting a lot of really white subjects. Try looking up a thing called "highlight tone priority" in the index of your manual, and using it to get better detail in the whites of your images without sacrificing overall exposure. (Note, HTP comes with its own caveat: you get more noise in shadows. Only use it when the subject is nearly pure white, so that you can get those details back.)
     

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