Little guy and his cookie

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  1. Rrr3319

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    he was running around at my grandma's house all day but i caught him for a quick second when he stopped to have a cookie. what do you think, good? bad? time to give up and throw myself and my camera off a bridge?


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    thanks!!!! :blushing:
     
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    I think it's too soft, but it's a cute capture.
     
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    HOLY NOISE BATMAN! It is a great picture but there is a ton of noise. What were the settings on this? Your ISO must have been pretty high. Great composition but as was said above it is soft. I think some of that could be from the noise though too.
     
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    my camera is a noise machine! it was shot iso 800, f/5.6, 1/40 sec. obviously, the iso 800 is the noise culprit. really, i should never put the kit lens on this camera, i always seem to turn the iso up and then the noise destroys everything in its path. i guess i need to start using the 50mm f/1.8 whenever i'm inside and leave the kit lens for, i don't know, shots of the snow on sunny days. :er:
     
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    No reason not to keep the 50mm on the camera inside. Its a great lens.
     
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    OOF and noisy, but some consider it cute. As I am 14, they just haven't hit me as adorable yet.
     
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    first off, terribly handsome little guy! :) i think the softness could work. i like that sometimes on shots of kids. but there is definitely alot of noise, and that i don't like too much.
     

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