HA!! :D :D
eos d60, 6.3mp...prints grainless 13 X 19's what more do you want....maby canon eos 1 ds..
That looks like my grandma in the first pic, but thats not grandpa? Good shots, I myself would move in closer on the parts shots and go B&W.
I really like the shot, jim has the best advice I think...crop the top 1/3 out and you will loose that open spot in the top left and it really...
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I like the composition, I think I like it in B&W though.
Great shot, it seems like so many shots have no anticipation to them...this one does, I keep looking at it expecting it to move.
Shot #1 is great...my eyes dance around the shot from edge to edge. Its by far my favorite.
70's Funk mama...gets-em every time...I can't tell you how many times I have.....ummmm never mind.
I was an assistant for a local commercial guy and on all food shots the food was real and we had a "food stylist" yep she made the food look...
meter on your open hand in the same light as your subject, and bracket...you should end up with a shot close to what your eye sees.
I would leave it just how it is....very nice...its like conflict in a peaceful situation....you could do plenty w/ ps but I only like to do what I...
I don't even have a hockey team anymore...I like who is winning.... :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
it is a feature on a camera the takes 3 shots for every time you hit the shutter release...one shot is at the exposure you set, one is 1 stop...
how do I collect my prize? :D :D
good work, my only advise is to get a camera with auto bracketing...with weddings you only get one shot at it. And shoot a whole lot of film.
good composition, I like a shot I keep looking at.
What are the pros and cons in your opinion?
thanks, this is the only one that I like that I shot that day.
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