Even the last two? I thought the rule was like have the same shutter speed of your focal length or more?
Thanks for the C&C! I was shooting at 1/2000sec the other day, but everyone on the forum told me to go slower so I'm confused now....lol
No more C&C?
LOL That actually made me laugh out loud...for real :P. And thanks that would mean a lot :)
Hey guys, so this is my second attempt at taking a picture of a chickadee taking flight. I have taken all the advice giving to me (lowered shutter...
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Just looking for some further critique on one of my better photos. I posted in the Beginners section, but didn't get much feedback (beside one...
Critics are like eunuchs in a harem; they know how it's done, they've seen it done every day, but they're unable to do it themselves.
Most of these pictures kinda look like snapshots...
The reason for the really high shutter speed is to freeze the action of the birds in the air
Thanks! First kind of compliment from a member with over 4000 posts!
Also I'll find more interesting subjects for the other ones next time.
Ah okay gotcha. I'll try that next time I go shooting :) Are your birds in flight when you take the pictures?
Which other extreme? I don't...
Also wondering if my horizons are too crooked.
Okay thanks for the advice. To maintain a higher shutter speed if i kept the ISO at 1600, do you think that would affect my picture quality?...
^Stupid black stick....
It looks like the clarity isn't all that great, but I don't know why because...
First try at this sort of thing so any critique would be greatly appriciated :)
In that case, it's kinda interesting then :D Although, I think it would have looked better if the random rock in the background was blurred.
Really interesting pictures! #3 is kinda boring though and #2 doesn't really do it for me...
Thanks for the comment! And they are pretty hard to capture in a pic haha
Thanks for the C & C :) I had a feeling the my dog pic was the best...
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