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    Question Taking indoors & outdoors pics, which one is more diff

    IMO i think taking indoors picture is really difficult reasons being:

    1) Illumination of the room
    2) Ceiling heigh

    Pls feel free to comment.

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    Default Re: Taking indoors & outdoors pics, which one is more diff

    Originally posted by Mickey
    IMO i think taking indoors picture is really difficult reasons being:

    1) Illumination of the room
    2) Ceiling heigh

    Pls feel free to comment.
    agree with you !!! i had quite poor images indoors...but it is due to my lousy skills...

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    in wat case that it is diff.........maybe tell us a bit more so we could disscuss it and improve on it......

    Mickey....r u using handheld & a 'brounce' flash ???

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    Default Re: Taking indoors & outdoors pics, which one is more diff

    Originally posted by Mickey
    IMO i think taking indoors picture is really difficult reasons being:

    1) Illumination of the room
    2) Ceiling heigh

    Pls feel free to comment.
    me agree that the illumination iz a bit of a problem ...............

    me did moztly outdoor photography in the pazt ........... seldom do indoorz ............. therefore when me went to take photos of the motor show .................... the rezultz were horrible ...............

    thiz showz that me still got a lot to learn n need to practice more ................

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    Originally posted by roti
    in wat case that it is diff.........maybe tell us a bit more so we could disscuss it and improve on it......

    Mickey....r u using handheld & a 'brounce' flash ???
    Yap handheld & using bounce flash, but it really depent on the height of the ceilling.

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    Originally posted by Mickey


    Yap handheld & using bounce flash, but it really depent on the height of the ceilling.
    And your distance too. That's where I always miss out.

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    Default Re: Re: Taking indoors & outdoors pics, which one is more diff

    Originally posted by FOOXX


    me agree that the illumination iz a bit of a problem ...............

    me did moztly outdoor photography in the pazt ........... seldom do indoorz ............. therefore when me went to take photos of the motor show .................... the rezultz were horrible ...............

    thiz showz that me still got a lot to learn n need to practice more ................
    coonfirm !!! i realise my super lousy indorr skills also when i went to motorshow

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