New D90 Let me know what you think...

Discussion in 'People Photography' started by Taurance, Jan 9, 2010.

  1. Taurance

    Taurance TPF Noob!

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    Hey everyone,

    I have done a bit a reading here and I have seen a lot of advice and helpful insight to photos. I need the same done to mine. If you don't mind in addition to what I need to do better please let me know how to accomplish this... unless its that the background is too distracting. All info would be greatly helpful :)






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  2. FinerWorks

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    I think the images look a little underexposed. I am in the printing industry and I see images come in like this all the time. They usually result in a low contrast image. The image of the guy with the long hair probably would work out fine. That one looks like it has good balance.
     
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    agreed most of these seem underexposed. they are crisp shots just watch your exposures
     
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    Ok, I can see that better now... the background of the one guy is a little dark and can be brighter. So I need to have a longer shutter or possibly a wider appature?
     
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    Try a wider aperature, in fact, set the D90 to A-Priority, and make it as wide as possible. For some lenses you might get some blur, but you should get a resonable well lit photograph this way.
     

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