A&P Road Trip + Wedding = Lots of pics

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  1. yexy

    yexy New Member

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    Took a ten day road trip to my best friend's wedding in Missouri...stopped by Winnipeg and Kentucky along the way. Here's what I got out of the trip:

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    There were more, of course, but I liked these the best, despite the fact that they're nearly all soft. :hsd:

    Just shot with a canon powershot point and shoot/slr hybrid thing.
     
  2. xenon supra

    xenon supra OT Supporter

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    ya :hs:
     
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    nice snapshots bro
     
  4. yexy

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    I honestly don't know how to get sharper pictures with the camera I have. I'm still trying to figure out the balance when lighting is rough, but I had fun with the composition, etc with most of these. Until I have a super amazing camera like all you guys, this is what I can do. :wavey:

    As for the snapshots comment, yeah, that's what they are. That's the kind of photography I'm into. I'm not a studio photog and likely never will be. If anyone has some crits or advice on something other than the softness (I know it's there, I just don't know how to fix it), I'm listening. :)
     

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