Portrait of a little girl

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  1. schumionbike

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    I was never sure about the cropping of this one, she was moving so I just get a snap as fast I could. C&C would be great.



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    I like the picture but its somewhat overexposed for my taste
     
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    i agree... nice shot though... mebbe try pulling the exposure down a hair?

    it's weird i don't know why background looks so noisy when it's at iso 100
     
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    To imbed an image from Flickr. Go to the picture you want to use from Flickr and click on "All Sizes" (above your picture). Select the size you want to display and then look below the picture for the #2 box that says "Grab the photo's URL:". Highlight to select it and then right click the selection and hit Cut (or Copy). Now go back to the TPF (The Photo Forum) post you want to imbed the image in. Click on the orange and grey icon above the message box (the one that looks like a tree with a camera in the front of it). In the box that pops up, paste the URL in box (make sure you only have 1 "http://" in the URL line before you hit the Ok button). Hit the Ok button. Click on the "Preview Post" button to see if your picture is imbedded in the post.
    Because it was taken with a P&S camera. The sensor in most P&S cameras is very small and smaller sensors will generally be more noisy even at low ISO speeds.

    The Kodak EasyShare Z710 Zoom uses the 1/2.5 sensor size. Compare that to the sensor size in a typical DSLR.

    When it comes to the image sensor, bigger is better.
     
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    Thanks for the tips guys. The picture is finally on. lol. As far as exposing, yeah, kind of but I had this picture print to an 8x10 from Mpix, and the exposure look right on the print. The prints always seem to be a little darker than the monitor. And yeah, that p&s camera could get fairly noisy but images up to 200 ISO is pretty usable. 400 ISO is the max and sometimes that is pretty usable when it come to prints too. I have the Nikon D40 and 400 ISO look dang clean! :)
     

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