The Mighty Mouse

Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by lordtris, Jun 24, 2009.

  1. lordtris

    lordtris TPF Noob!

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    i am useing my Nikon d40 with a sigma 55-200mm lens in a dark room with only my lcd as lighting i was on manual mode with 200iso and f4 to f5
    these were hand held shot as i dont have my tripod yet here.

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  2. sA x sKy

    sA x sKy TPF Noob!

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    Honestly, there isn't anything special about these pictures at all. Very dull.
     
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    for handheld thats pretty steady, unfortunately I'm unsure what you're going for in these pictures. I can't discern what the reflection is and the mouse looks basically like a shiny rock. Definitely going to need your tripod to make these much better. Keep practicing
     
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    Thanks for the bluntness ;) I was trying to get a reflection but i think that tomorrow when i get my tripod it will turn out a bit better.
     
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    i just don't get it, you posted 4 pictures of essentially the same thing, i can't really see what you were going for or how this is 'artistic'

    in regards to the not having a tripod part: why not bump up your iso? it was only at 200 bring that up to atleast 800
     

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