Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by AF Rugby, Jun 10, 2009.
is it a little to dark??
Just a little IMO.
little dark and the dog's head appears to either be out of focus or some slight motion blur
i thought i had it locked in
Get on your knee(s) and start taking pics of him/her.
i thought i was bent down for this shot.. but i dont really remember..
Although some may disagree, taking pictures at your subject's eye level makes everything so much more pleasing to look at.
I apologize in advance for the mediocre photos, but you'll get the idea.
25 seconds before the passenger seat gets Owned!
too dark, centered, and you need to be at a lower angle.
. that about covers it
so it being centered is bad?
seems like alot is focused on that hose thingy
first thing i though was wtf hose thingy
When you're shooting something with lots of dark green in it (like grass) your meter can get fooled into thinking the scene is darker than it really is.
Next time try dialing in +1/3 to +2/3 exposure compensation. Turn on your highlight warning in your cameras settings and check your display after the picture. If you see white areas blinking you're clipping it, turn the EC down a little, if not try turning it up a little bit until you get to the point where you are getting clipping, and back off a 1/3.
Might not be the best way to do it, but it works for me.