School Zoo

Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by DarkCrown, Mar 31, 2010.

  1. DarkCrown

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    I'll just throw this out here. This is the first time I used this camera in over 4 years. I probably haven't taken more than 20 pictures with it until now. These pictures have many flaws but I feel some of them had captured some decent moments and this is what I'd like to share. After viewing these pictures when I got home I realized how much I need my glasses and how to properly tweek the settings so the pictures come out better. This will come over time of course along with your help to be like -you need to rise this - blah blah :D

    I believe the setting are [K]5200 (<-color temp) [ISO]200 Quality - Large
    parameters Standard Iso expansion On. I didn't really know what lenses I'd need for a zoo like this but the pictures were all taken with a 70-300mm.
    * This was set on like insane mode (for a first shoot!). cut me some slack :lmao:. Cages and fences - manual focus with out glasses - auto kept focusing on the wire > < . Animals love to move and it was a really clear and bright day and had plenty of over exposure moments. Well... blast away.

    1. Peacock - "Shotgun!"
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    2. Swan - Crown of... turtles?
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    3. Monkey thing - I do bite my thumb at thee!
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    4. Idk? - Tree hugger
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    5. Monkey thing - Monkey stick
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