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Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by jonisnumber1, Jul 7, 2007.

  1. jonisnumber1

    jonisnumber1 TPF Noob!

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    hey guys, just a shot of my mate skateboarding. comments anyone?

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    p.s. is there a sports section on here?
     
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    very well shot ! excellent exposure and colors, the sky looks great. what equipment are you using ?

    can you get a clear facial expression of the guy on the board the next time, like concentration, confidence or anxiousness ?

    Wanted to bring this to your notice - you have a dust on your sensor (or lens if you're using a point-&-shoot). take care because it can ruin a lot of your pictures later on like they have for me.

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    PS : haven't seen a Sports section myself here. not too sure about it...
     
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    im using a Kodak DX7590 point and shoot. how do i get the dust off my sensor? (if point and shoots have sensors)
     
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    point and shoot cameras do have sensors but internal ones, that means you cant access them like D-SLRs. I guess you took your camera to the beach for some shootout, am I right ? that's usually where all hell breaks lose. water particles splash on your lenses and dries upon the special coating present on them.

    I strongly suggest you not to attempt cleaning it yourself since you may get a permanent scratch on it then. take it to a service center or the mall where you bought it from. they can do it for you at a nominal cost. let me know if you need more help.
     
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    yeh. i use my camera at the beach everytime the surf is good, which is every couple of weeks. would anyone else like to comment my pic?
     

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