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  1. ababysean

    ababysean TPF Noob!

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    So driving to a friends house I found this tree.
    I love it.

    I am wondering if anyone has any suggestions on how to get some better shots?

    I have an entry NikonD3000 and my lens are the kit 18-55, the 50-200, and I also have the 35mm 1.8 prime.

    I have an SB-600 and I think these pictures could have benefited from using more flash, but my kids were whining on they were hot so I did not have the time to put it on the camera. :(

    Thanks for looking

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  2. pbelarge

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    Try bracketing to help with the highlights and shadows.

    It is a cool tree, I would try some different angles as well. Don't just stand in front of the tree, maybe lay down to get some funky angles.
     
  3. TheKingDavis

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    is it just me or does 3 look like a long bony finger pointing at something?
     

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