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    Default Help needed in taking landscape, group photos

    As above.. need help in taking landscape and group photos. i tried taking it but my photos appear as OOF. anyways to have sharp photo on landscape and group photos?
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    Quote Originally Posted by y0ngcheng
    As above.. need help in taking landscape and group photos. i tried taking it but my photos appear as OOF. anyways to have sharp photo on landscape and group photos?
    show a pic and tell us wat u mean lah.

    OOF, got on AF? use faster shutter speed, >> 1/focal length.

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    If you are using film, best use iso400. I suspect your pics are due to handshake.

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    what camera are you using?

    if on landscape, you can always use a tripod.

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    OOF? Try a smaller aperture, use a tripod, use highspeed film?

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    i'm using 300d and used tripod when i shooting. the photos of the cbd structure is juz appearing unfocused.
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    Without seeing the pic, I could only guess. You might have taken a straight out of the camera unprocessed soft digital image as being OOF?

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    what aperture u used?

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    Quote Originally Posted by clive
    what aperture u used?
    i tried all sort of aperture.. results = OOF
    saw ppl using aperture of 2.8, 11.. all seems so clear..
    ok guys really thanks for all ur helping and viewing. will try to upload my photo today
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    so here come my blur grp image. the heads behind seem to be blur out already...
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    Aperture too big??

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    yOngCheng, my observations sent to you via PM.

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    You shot the image at f4, 1/60s with flash.
    Try increasing the aperture, say f9 or f11.

    Also that what background doesn't look very nice.

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    try
    - smaller aperture like f5.6
    - faster shutter speed like 1/125 sec
    - focal length range from 28mm to 35mm ..
    - bounce the flash
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