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    comments on how i can improve on these, fire away!

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    hahaha my attention keeps getting drawn to the things in the corner in #2...issit a drawer or smth?

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    hmm.. I think #1 is a little underexposed

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    yeah, first one looks kinda under-exposed.

    and the 2nd pic is just driving me wild with very weird thoughts ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Waffle
    yeah, first one looks kinda under-exposed.

    and the 2nd pic is just driving me wild with very weird thoughts ...
    now dont get horny..
    its just 2 little cats stacked on top of each other, thats ALL.

    eh, underexposed..
    it was taken in my office.. again, normal fluorescent lighting..
    any tips on how i can avoid the underexposure?? increase EV or something??

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    Quote Originally Posted by furrypaws
    now dont get horny..
    its just 2 little cats stacked on top of each other, thats ALL.

    eh, underexposed..
    it was taken in my office.. again, normal fluorescent lighting..
    any tips on how i can avoid the underexposure?? increase EV or something??
    Ah, I got the same wooden cats carving as in Pic 1.

    regarding underexposure, can increase Fstop. if it's already max, increase the exposure time(with a steadied camera).

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    Quote Originally Posted by bLight
    Ah, I got the same wooden cats carving as in Pic 1.

    regarding underexposure, can increase Fstop. if it's already max, increase the exposure time(with a steadied camera).
    u doo??
    i got it years back in a little shop in Genting. where did u get urs?
    tot it was really cute.

    ok...lemme have a go at this..pardon the ignorance
    increase Fstop means a bigger number, and F divided by a bigger number, gives u a smaller aperture? and therefore, a more shallow depth of field? meaning the object is sharper, and the background blurred?? hee.. pls correct my mistakes...

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    Quote Originally Posted by furrypaws
    u doo??
    i got it years back in a little shop in Genting. where did u get urs?
    tot it was really cute.

    ok...lemme have a go at this..pardon the ignorance
    increase Fstop means a bigger number, and F divided by a bigger number, gives u a smaller aperture? and therefore, a more shallow depth of field? meaning the object is sharper, and the background blurred?? hee.. pls correct my mistakes...
    Got a pair near an art market near KL some years back.

    Sorry, by "increase Fstop" I mean having a larger aperture(smaller f number), f1.8 or f3.5, depend or how fast your lens. This will give you shallow DOF, but my point was to have a higher exposure value since you were asking to avoid underexposure.

    When everything else equal,
    Larger Aperture = Smaller F number = increased exposure = shallower DOF

    cheers.

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