A&P My first DSLR...

Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by Tensai81, Apr 15, 2007.

  1. Tensai81

    Tensai81 OT Supporter

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    Just got a Digital Rebel XTi. From all the reviews I've read, it seems to be the best entry level cam.

    Here's my first attempt :hs: any suggestions

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    Tensai81 OT Supporter

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    :o it's actually a sock he likes to lay on
     
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    Irrelevant. You got the camera (easy part), now work on composition skilz.:wiggle:
     
  4. dotcompals

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    I am also using Digital Rebel XTi . I feel its pictures are a little warmer to my liking. Any tips to get more natureal pictures while using Digital Rebel XTi.
     
  5. skolen

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    Read the manual. There's a section where you can turn on filters that will improve color definitions on if you're shooting skys, people, etc.
     
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    It looks like there was enough light in the room to use a faster shutter speed. I think you went too slow thats what its blurry
     
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    I looked at the xti but it wasn't very comfortable in my hands.
     

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