Wakeboarding from Dam 4

Discussion in 'Photojournalism & Sports Gallery' started by peski, Aug 12, 2009.

  1. peski

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    Milky No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    1st one I would say the boarder is too centered and blury.

    Second one is better but lack a bit of saturation IMO.
     
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    thanks, but I don't know what saturation means. As far as photo 1 being blurry, it looks worse when I resized it to post it. when it was full size after being uploaded to my computer, it looks very crisp. Still figuring out how to use the new DSLR so I take any info I can get....
     
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    most likely that the colors look flat, that could be from haze was if very hot day you shot these?
     
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    95 degrees and slightly hazy. I am also 75 feet away shooting with 70-300 zoom lens that is somewhat cheap. Could that play a factor too?
     

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