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  1. #5551
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    Hi guys
    I've seen like the 280 pages of this thread and your pics are really great.I finally decided to post one of mine. Hope that you'll like it

    Alen






    Taken with my D40 and kit lens
    Shutter speed: 1/250
    Aperture: 5.6
    ISO: 200
    Focal lenght: 55mm

  2. #5552
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    Nice shot but what is the dogs name?

  3. #5553
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alen View Post
    Hi guys
    I've seen like the 280 pages of this thread and your pics are really great.I finally decided to post one of mine. Hope that you'll like it

    Alen
    Welcome to the forum mate, glad you've served your apprenticeship by wading through this massively long and fast moving thread.

    I like the way you've isolated the dog from the background by controlling your DOF. Good first post, keep em coming.
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  4. #5554
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    It's my neighbour's dog, Kira . And she hates balls . Whenever she sees one, se runs towards it and tears it appart. She probably had a bad experience with them when she still was a puppy, as they adopted her. But she is really nice

  5. #5555
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    thats a nice dog shot.
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  6. #5556
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    never say never huh...notice the hack of a photographer in this image ? not only direct flash but he...missed the shot. lol

    cropped by about 70%....wish i got closer now and i didnt screw around so much.

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  7. #5557
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    Just think of it as another of those out of comfort zone moments that ultimately make live far more interesting.

  8. #5558
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    Quote Originally Posted by kjmdrumz3 View Post
    A shot from a wedding.

    Ya know, I am still very much a novice when it comes to photography and post-processing. I read "The Digital Photography Book" by Scott Kelby cover to cover a few nights ago and am noticing dramatically better pictures. I am changing settings in-camera that I never even thought about before the read. Things like using an actual White Balance as opposed to the Auto setting, exposure compensations, trying to find the aperature at which my lens is sharpest, using the Highlights feature to get my exposure right, trying different framings, angles, etc. Just by understanding and utilizing some of these in-camera features, my pictures seem to have jumped leaps and bounds in just a couple days. I have the Field Guide for the D40/D40x coming too which is getting great reviews. I learn best by reading, then going hands-on. Sorry to ramble, but I recommend reading as much as possible to any novice on this board. I just wish I had done it 6 months ago!


    Do you have a site of pictures? I'm shooting a wedding this summer and I'm trying to study as best as I can so I can do a decent job of it.
    CJ


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  9. #5559
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    Nice shot Rooz, that D300 is very clean for ISO 1600 with a 70% crop. Been putting out some great images lately. How's the zoo gig going?
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  10. #5560
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    Not the best shot in the world, but if you have seen what happened to Lake Delton in Wisconsin, this seemed to capture the moment. This was taken about 11 hours after the flood water breached the road. After the road gave way, the lake drained in a few hours.... this boy and his dog just sat on the pier looking around. Smell was intense from muck and mud... a once-in-a-lifetime site.
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