cut off part of her arm...and she doesn't seem to be in an extremely comfortable position... For me, if there was alittle more on the bottom, it'd be A+.
Regardless of my own personal opinion however, I do like it.
I think its a clever photo...underexposed, yadda yadda...but for some reason I really enjoy the idea lol.
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Should check that book out, exceptionally helpful.
Yeah, I drink cheap wine from the bottle....im a college student, it's my right! :p
First 1 looks damn good.. 2nd one is meh. You could always try under-exposing it by a stop or two, that may help somewhat.
Yikes...hopefully no one here is like that lol :/
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Since I can only see the last 2 photo's while typing, I am going to number them #1 and #2.
#1 focus seems...not there? Soft/blurry is what I am seeing...i might be wrong. Anyways, Tripod+ longer shutter speed is generally the best idea for shooting flowing water. Gives it a lovely effect if...
I usually enjoy lakes or scenic area's.
Recently I moved to Stillwater and attending OSU....I have grown in love with the architecture and the landscapes on campus. I havn't had a chance to take advantage of it though :( i haven't opened my camera in weeks lol.
I suggest you go educate yourself with the camera manual, as well as checking out a few books to read about lighting, comp, exposure...
It will help you out 20x more if you understand the basics of a camera before trying to figure out what the "best settings" are
That edit is an improvement I think... It looks alitle more postcardy. And i didnt mean over-exposed on everything, tirediron explained what i meant in a better way...the big white-mark in the sky. Seemed uber-distracting.
Oh yeah...it could be something as simple as 2 processes trying to use the same resource as your soundcard.... Use "Device Manager" & look for "shared resources".
Do that the next time you have issues, as well as get a copy of the processes being ran (ctrl alt del). As well as updating...