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    Default Bad Pics. Need help

    Guys, can you guys comment on these fotos? Coz I dunno what went wrong. http://www.pbase.com/tehsusu88/bad_pics

    Full EXIF Info:
    Date/Time 16-Feb-2003 22:41:00
    Make FujiFilm
    Model FinePix S304
    Flash Used Yes
    Focal Length 28.7 mm
    Exposure Time 3.00 sec
    Aperture f/2.8
    ISO Equivalent 100
    Exposure Bias
    White Balance
    Metering Mode matrix (5)
    JPEG Quality basic (1)
    Exposure Program (8)
    Focus Distance

    Pls give me some tips pls...

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    Have the same model and make as yours..

    would like to know what flash you used and what condiitions were the photos taken at..(ie: lighting from external source such as street lamp???)

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    got tripod, i hope?

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    Default Re: Bad Pics. Need help

    Originally posted by tehsusu88
    Guys, can you guys comment on these fotos? Coz I dunno what went wrong. http://www.pbase.com/tehsusu88/bad_pics

    Full EXIF Info:
    Date/Time 16-Feb-2003 22:41:00
    Make FujiFilm
    Model FinePix S304
    Flash Used Yes
    Focal Length 28.7 mm
    Exposure Time 3.00 sec
    Aperture f/2.8
    ISO Equivalent 100
    Exposure Bias
    White Balance
    Metering Mode matrix (5)
    JPEG Quality basic (1)
    Exposure Program (8)
    Focus Distance

    Pls give me some tips pls...
    for 3 sec exposure, i suppose it's due to movement or cam shake?

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    But guys, did you notice the red on the right side? Why was it so? The lighting was not really good i would say.

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    the lighting?
    Which White Balance mode did u use?

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    No tripod were used.

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    hi tehsusu,

    use a tripod, play with the WB settings... should be okay.

    the reddish/orangy tinge seems to be because of the lighting at the playground/exercise park you were at... i think the cat moved before the flash was fired... hence the orangy 'ghost' effect of the cat???

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    from what I know of photography, there's a problem of cam shake. Use a tripo next time or practise alot until you dont shake so much anymore

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    haha can't expect the cat to really be so "guai" and stay infront of the tripod eh..

    try using forced flash for the s304 to increase your shutter speed

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    use a flash

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    Default Re: Bad Pics. Need help

    Originally posted by tehsusu88
    Guys, can you guys comment on these fotos? Coz I dunno what went wrong. Exposure Time 3.00 sec
    Pls give me some tips pls...
    Stability. Try a using a tripod.

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    Thanks man! I'll try to work more on that.

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