Just messing around

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    TJE Photos TPF Noob!

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    Took some pictures the other day just playing with the shutter speed and ISO. Here are some I took.

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    OrionsByte No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    These are all really grainy, and 3 and 4 are overexposed... did you leave your ISO setting up high from a previous shoot? Can't tell you how many times I've done that...
     
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    I am so glad to hear that I'm not the only one who has done this!
     
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    haha good guess yea it was a little high not to mention it was super bright out
     
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    haha always fun to mess around, but like said very grainy
     
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    I shoot everything in manual I do it too haha.

    I've made it a habit now though where after I finish, before I pack the camera into the camera bag I revert my ISO back to 100, shutter speed to 1/60th and aperture to f/8. Gives me a decent starting point from which I can make adjustments when I take the camera back out of the bag.

    As for the photos:

    Number 2 and 4 seem the best however you still need to work on the composition.

    In the shot with the UNO cards, the remote control at the bottom is distracting.

    In the 4th picture, you should decide to keep that light on the right in the view or out, not halfway.
     

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