Not been on the forum for a while but hopefully I can rely on you to help me. I need to "sort" (edit) two old photos for an order of service document. The first needs the crack across it sorted and the second needs to clear oval taken away / sorted (caused from that part of the...
As above really. They are dark and have no main focus. Next time, try increasing your exposure slightly and ensure you have a central focus point for example a line of footprints or an object on the beach.
Some of these could be great shots. But, you need to blur the background by making the aperture as large as possible. I.e. a small f stop will reduce the depth of field.
Heres an example: http://kernesti.com/Camera/depthoffield.jpg
+1 to the shift tip.
Also, don't use your desktop like you would on Windows. Keep it clean, use folders if you have to put things on the desktop.
Apart from that, have fun !
By the way, I've made several OS X / Mac videos on youtube if your interested.
Hope its okay to post the link ...
" It was going so well until someone tried to draw traffic to their site! "
For your information I didn't place the link simply to draw traffic to my site. I used that method simply because it allows people from this forum to see a selection of my best photos without me having to upload say 5...
Another option is if they are skating along against a row or traffic then the traffic lights would be blurred as long as you kept the same speed and exact framing all the way through.
Another option is to photoshop it.
I've never shot on film but I assume the same photographic skills / techniques apply
1. The reads are bit soft. The picture lacks SOME definition
2. Not bad, however I reckon it would look better in b/w.