A&P Rebel XSI, first pics inside

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  1. ls1norcal

    ls1norcal New Member

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    Im just getting into this hobby. Ive had it for about 2 weeks, and ive only got a chance to shoot at night because of my schedule. Let me know what you think or what I can improve on!

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  2. Kirk Hinrich

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    I like the first one
    if you are shooting in raw, try lowering the temperature on the others a bit
     
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    yea, only the 1st and last pics are from the xsi
     
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    Shit, me and my friend were both shooting that night on the rooftop and we always trade pics. I guess our pics got mixed up. Hes shooting an XTi with a kit lens.
     
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    Im having trouble getting skies to not come out over exposed. Is there a basic setting im missing?

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    polarizer filter setting?
     
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    Meter the sky and use artificial lighting to expose the foreground. Circular polarizer and positioning yourself ~ 90 degrees from the sun will give you a deep blue sky like this
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