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    Make sure to check that both of you are using same setting, On the camera, eg standard, vivid so that it's more similar.

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    Actually, I think it is exposure. If you play with your EV settings, try to lower EV a little. When you turn exposure slightly down, saturation sometimes seems higher.

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    Actually as mention earlier,for the white dress example the pic is slightly under exposed so need to +1 exposure compensate instead.

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    Soooooo
    does it mean tat there is nothing to do with the additional lens that she used,
    only thing is to play around with the camera setting and photoshop adjustment??

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    yep kinda like tat. or if i assume ur a blogshop owner, get us to shoot and edit for u:P

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    she took the pic just beside the window only ya..with the natural sunlight only

    I think you should learn how to use APERTURE. For natural sunlight or bright area. set small f/stop, shuttle speed 80 to 150. Focus on center of the main item. I think will turn up sharp. Do some editing if necessary. Or maybe try some other settings. Just try shoot n shoot till you get the result.
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    Quote Originally Posted by leecheekiang View Post
    she took the pic just beside the window only ya..with the natural sunlight only

    I think you should learn how to use APERTURE. For natural sunlight or bright area. set small f/stop, shuttle speed 80 to 150. Focus on center of the main item. I think will turn up sharp. Do some editing if necessary. Or maybe try some other settings. Just try shoot n shoot till you get the result.
    or if its a constant lighting situation use a f8.0 and just shoot with tripod

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