man life is hectic,,havent been on here in ages i need some help, my cousin got an a350 and was having me look at some pics. i do have an opinion on the just wanted to see what you guys said........i mean to the average person they prolly look ok. the other reason why i ask is i havent been behind the camera since disney and to be honest im forgetting some stuff. also i belive they wer all takin with the kit lens
trying to get thwem on here
way to blurry for my liking. so how would i explain to get both of them in focus instead of just girl on the left
not enough detail for me it seems to get lost around the necks etc
again they all look way to blurry for me am i just being to critical
1 is like you said, not really in focus. 2 is good, too much vignetting. 3 is good but needs to be cropped much tighter, also too much vignetting.
Portrait focus ...
Well, to widen the plane of focus, you need to up the aperture to around f/6.3-f/8, maybe even as much as f/11 ... when you are close. Using anything wider (like f/4-5.6) requires you to back up significantly.
Slow down the shutter speed to no slower than 1/60 ... if you do go slower, to reclaim light, you will get motion blur. When people laugh (not just smile), they do not freeze but tend to move.
If you need more light, you will have to use DRO Levels (+3 or more) or your ISO -> Up it to 800 or 1000, as necessary to recover.
Remember to focus on the eyes ... lock the focus, then frame and finish the shot.
Hope this helps.
how about this:
your images are way to small so it is hard to try and manipulate it!
help me remember again when there are 2 subjects what is the bast way to make sure they will be in focus
Originally Posted by DonSchap
Originally Posted by Elisha82
way to small please little more explanation
file size and picture size itself.