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Thread: Newbie shots taken with A80

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    Quote Originally Posted by nuclear_puppi

    Westin@nite


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    excellent shots.

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    not bad for a newbie. continue shoot shoot shoot!
    "I want to have the best camera in the world and shoot XMMs."

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    thanx for the comments...

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    I like the 3rd one but the top is slanting a bit...

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    yep 3rd one is the best, the other 2 not bad but maybe u can try longer shutter speed with the westin for more light

    keep shooting

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    Quote Originally Posted by nuclear_puppi

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    I like this one... a waste that it wasn't a wide enough shot or a well balanced shot. would love those louvers on the top as a form of slated framing that leads down to her. Great attempt anyway


    Keep shooting!!

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    Wonder if a wide angle lenses will be useful for the 3rd pic.

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    Did you check your a80? The exposure seems way under.

    Either way, keep the 3rd and dump the rest.

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    Wider angle for the 3rd shot? How about the opposite, going in closer and using the 2 supports as a frame and cuttting out the window on the left?

    just a suggestion...

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    Cash is right. Keep the third

    The first two look really underexposed

    What you want to do is to get a tripod, set it down firmly and set a longer shutter speed

    That will make it properly exposed without having to shift to higher ISO levels that will result in high noise levels

    Keep shooting!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FLiNcHY
    Cash is right. Keep the third

    The first two look really underexposed

    What you want to do is to get a tripod, set it down firmly and set a longer shutter speed

    That will make it properly exposed without having to shift to higher ISO levels that will result in high noise levels

    Keep shooting!
    Thanx for the comments.. noted

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