Hey, A Few Shots

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  1. IndieMe

    IndieMe TPF Noob!

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    I've not been on here for a lonngg time.

    Here are a few shots I took about 7 weeks ago, hope you enjoy them.

    I think my ISO was on high but I still love them.

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    These are cute, what lens did you use for them? I really like the colours too!
     
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    I like the last 2 very much - a lovely close up head shot and a very calm capture of a nesting goose
    Out of interest you shooting with a digital camera? I ask as some of them have the lighting from behind the subject rather than behind you ( so they come out dark) its often tricky to get the lightwhere you want it, but if you start shooting in RAW mode you can save more of these images to a better quality
     
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    Nice. 1 and 3 are the best of the bunch, for me.
     
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    I'm using a Canon PowerShot S3 IS, so no extra lens. I just zoomed in.

    Yep, I'm still not too familiar with all the camera buttons and what not lol.

    The 4th photo's subject is darker because the sun was against the goose.

    I just try and keep my photos as natural as possible, the only thing I do is increase the contrast a little.

    Thanks everyone!
     

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