1st job with my Canon SX130 (Say ur opinion)

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  1. manofwow

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    Hello guys

    First dont be fooled with the Title its not paying job :) its just a title

    Hope u r all fine

    This is my first shots with The Sx130 and its my first digital cam (All at Dawn ) :

    (Setting set to manual , ISO 100 , Shutter Speed 1/10 or 1/60 , few pic got zoom)

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    This the only which i shot in 48x zoom

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    Thanks in advance :) hope u enjoyed some :)


     
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    Job? Who's paying you?
     
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    hahah no one :)

    edited inside to Shots not job :p
     
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    i think i should have increased the ISO for 400 cuz some photos look really dark :) , right?
     
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    composition composition composition. All 100 of them.
     
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    U mean i should arrange them in better way? (the elements am gonna shot)

    Thanks for ur reply
     
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    Learn about the exposure triangle. ISO is only one way to help properly expose your photos....

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    ISO + Aperture + Shutter Speed will allow you to get proper exposure... If done correctly that is. :)
     
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    i read briefly about it i can see that they are dependent to each other.

    So i can guess that if increased my ISO with the same setting maybe got better image, right?

    Or same ISO but with lower Shutter Speed , right?

    those i control freely in the CAM but the Aperture i can control but when zoom in it automatically change.

    hope u correct me with this 2 question .

    Thanks in Advance
     
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    Yep
     
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    To put it mildly, these are underexposed. Alot. I also suspect based on the shutter speeds that there would be a lot of camera shake if I could see it.

    If these are literally the first shots you have taken with the camera then you might want to take some photos in broad daylight until you figure out how the camera works.
     
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    You do realize that these are EXTREMELY underexposed beyond any realistic recovery?
    I assume your monitor is not calibrated either. Monitors out of the box are EXTREMELY bright and EXTREMELY contrasty to make them even brighter. They're like this for the purpose of internet and gaming use. You need to reduce your brightness by about 30% and your contrast by somewhere between 30% and 50% to be a little more accurate on the image you are seeing. Because of the gaming setup you will tend to think your photos are MUCH brighter than they really are. Should you go to print, however you will be sadly disappointed.

    Your settings are totally unrealistic for what you were shooting. your ISO should have been raised considerably. Your shutters in these instances are way to slow for a hand held camera.
    Here are some guidelines for shutter speed:
    if it is still life and you are hand holding the camera with an extremely steady hand no slower than 1/80
    If it is alive but sits still no slower than 1/125 (I'd consider landscape like this alive, but still-breezes blow, cars move, etc.)
    If it is alive and in motion no slower than 1/250 (playing toddlers, etc)
    If it is alive and RUNS no slower than 1/500 (sports like football, etc)
     
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