More Sledding

Discussion in 'People Photography' started by Kawi_T, Feb 2, 2008.

  1. Kawi_T

    Kawi_T TPF Noob!

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    Some more sledding pics (the fun ones!)

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    Uncle Sean, I wanna go fast!!!
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    Come on Dad, push already ...
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    I can save it, I can save it, I can save it ...
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    ... ... ...
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    thanks dad ...
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    I can find water with this stick, Uncle Sean taught me ...
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    Time to go Dad
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  2. rpwiz

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    excellent storey line you have made up. You did a good job of capturing photo 3, 4, and 5 . I Think your white balance may be a little off, photos have a blue tint.
     
  3. Kawi_T

    Kawi_T TPF Noob!

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    Yeah, as the sun was going down things started turning blue. I'm really new to photography and don't really know how to combat that yet.
     
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    I would recommend a faster shutter speed in some of the action shot. Sometime slower shutter speed give a motion blur which give a sense of speed but I think it help if you use faster shutter speed. You can also correct the white balance using some photo editing program such as Picassa which is free from google. Hope that help.
     

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