Discussion in 'Photography' started by Viny, Jan 3, 2011.
Hats off boss.
did you pick up a dslr yet or not?
id say if you have got the hang of manual settings then pick up a good DSLR soon.
Your first few photos are far better than other ones.
I see lot of noise (due to high ISO) and many images are not sharp .
Please see if its something that can be worked on.
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also you might want to maintain a flickr or 500px or any such account where you can upload all your photos at high resolution.
if you upload it here it will be low res only.
Thanks for appreciation Italia-Linea, theblack
@theblack: I dont think I have matured enough to take good pics, although I am surely eyeing on DSLR, but as of now its the tiny prosumer. High iso and noise are the cost that i have to pay many times to get something on tiny sensor. I will work further to improve, thanks for your supporting comments, i appreciate.
Not necessarily. You can always use a flash to bring down the iso considerably.
The default flash is terrible don't use it.
Pick up a good flash, just decide up front which DSLR you may want to buy and check if that flash suits the dslr and pick it up.
Then learn how you can bounce the flash and you are good to go.
Flash photography is not simple so you will have to learn a lot
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@theblack: Thanks for the tips and guidance, i will try to learn more about how to better use the flash.
Nice picture Viny. Did you post process this picture? What software did you use?
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