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  1. Reyna

    Reyna TPF Noob!

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    I feel like I'm starting to get better, but I still go to the professional gallery for examples when I am editing and just can't get photos like some there. Maybe one day!
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    Reyna TPF Noob!

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    Or, if someone wanted to edit it there own way and tell me how they did it! I would LOVE that.
     
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    gsgary Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    1/30 @ 122mm ISO400 is way too slow that is what is making the image look very soft, you could have uped the ISO to get a faster shutter speed
     
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    Ok, so I took these outside around 6pm so there was still a lot of light. This is why I had the ISO on 400. When I take photos with a higher ISO than 400, they have so much noise, they don't look good.

    Any suggestions?
     
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    you could always use a shorter focal length and get closer to your subject. that may compromise the dof...what was your apperture for this shot?
     
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    When shooting high ISO you have to get the expose as near as possible to cut down the noise, you can always turn it to B+W when there is too much noise, another thing is don't shoot when there is no light it may have looked like there was a lot of light but you were shooting @ F5, F2.8 or lower would have been better
     
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    I love practicing my editing skills on others photos if you want to post the original
     

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