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    Hi all new to all this and amatuer still in tis, wld sure love to get better in tis as time goes by , meanwhile, these are some of the picz i've taken during my pool session.. feel free to comments n share ya opinions ya?
    cheers!!


    darn that scratch ya? haha.. couldn't find any better balls around, :P guess i'll juz hv to do it again someday :P


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    hmm... the number 3 balls are not sharp... camera shake?

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    hey.

    mmm.. its abit grainy. try to lower the ISO.
    also, most pics are not sharp. idea is there for pic2 but its blurred.

    its okay! practice makes perfect!

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    haha.. thanks, yea, kinda shaky after a couple hours of pool.. :P will work on it more ya?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lizzy View Post
    hmm... the number 3 balls are not sharp... camera shake?
    I would say the same thing. But I like the angles from which you decided to shoot.

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    ah, okok noted n thx. hmm...do u guys carry a stand most of the time? or do u guys normally go w/o it? or do u guys juz play around w the settings to reduce the shake? :P

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    what cam are you using?

    dont really carry as stand for me. troublesome. mmm.. breathe in deep before taking a shot.

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    hmmm.. am using a canon S3 at da moment

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    in my opinion adjusting the color balance might help the pictures abit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by triofish View Post
    ah, okok noted n thx. hmm...do u guys carry a stand most of the time? or do u guys normally go w/o it? or do u guys juz play around w the settings to reduce the shake? :P
    try using the pool table to support your elbow + adjust aperture and iso to keep the shutter speed as high as possible

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