A&P Looking for some critique

Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by coughlin's law, Dec 4, 2007.

  1. Lenses used: EF-S 18-55mm, EF-S 50mm

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    18-55mm, TV: 30" with tripod, ISO 100

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    50mm, AV: 1.8 (autofocused), ISO 1600

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    50mm, AV 1.8 (autofocused), ISO 800

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    50mm, AV 1.8 (autofocused), ISO 800 -- I like this one, there's so many things going on in it...

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    50mm, AV 1.8 (autofocused), ISO 800
     
  2. CornUponCob

    CornUponCob New Member

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    I think it's funny that you told us they were autofocused.

    Fix the WB on the clowns. Set it to tungston or ~ 3200 Kelvin
     
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    meh. Who uses autofocus these days
     
  4. Sympathy

    Sympathy OT Supporter

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    clowns scare me
     
  5. I just thought of a different approach to posting information about photos. :dunno:
     
  6. mobbarley

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    fixed.
     
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    what camera?
     
  8. Digital Rebel XT aka 350D
     
  9. isaac86hatch

    isaac86hatch This thread sucks

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  10. adamlewis88

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    #1 is nice
    #2 would be better with a little more light on the dogs face.
    #3 would be better if you saw someones face.
    #4 ...different...
    #5 try not to crop off limbs (or crop off the least amount possible. you could have gotten the hands in there if you were shooting landscape)
     
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    i like the WB on the clowns, personally. i'm a big fan of warm colors though
     
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    :rofl:

    srsly though I think the clowns would look better if they were white balance corrected. Look like they are in hell right now with the red cast...:noes:
     
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    Why? Nobody cares.

    I like the shot of the dog type thing and the tree. The first one is ok but doesn't really grab me composition wise. Clowns are just spooky and i can't decide why the one that doesn't tell me anything and just has a bunch of stuff cluttered in the frame.
     

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