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Thread: Newbie with Panasonic DMC F7

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    ayuLumix
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    Default Newbie with Panasonic DMC F7

    Hi all...i've just gotten myself the abovementioned DC so...i can say i'm a newbie and hope to get more knowledged from you experts around

    Here are 2shots which i have taken...no editing was done to it as i dunno how to edit yet. Also, the pics are taken with Auto settings. Feel free to comment. Thanks




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    ayuLumix
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    Default Very short battery life leh

    Wah piangz....i just fully charged and pull out the plug....used it for about 3 to 4hrs of shooting and reviewing the pics and the batt went dead...now gotta bring along the charger.

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    Errm.. get a 2nd battery then.

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    ayuLumix
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    Originally posted by YSLee
    Errm.. get a 2nd battery then.
    Think it's da best choice liao...
    Do you have any idea how much would a batt cost???
    Thanks

    Here's one pic i just took in the nite....how is it???

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    Maybe you should focus more on the wings.. and show less of the background and all those soot. Another possible way is to go in at the "wings" in a different angle.

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    ayuLumix
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    Originally posted by misato
    Maybe you should focus more on the wings.. and show less of the background and all those soot. Another possible way is to go in at the "wings" in a different angle.
    Noted Thanks alot for ur feedback

    one more....is the pics clear enough???

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    Originally posted by ayuLumix


    Noted Thanks alot for ur feedback

    one more....is the pics clear enough???
    Seriously.. no. They dont seem to be properly focused.
    Maybe you took the shot before the AF could kick in?

    But at least your camera flash didnt kill the color of your "wings"

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    ayuLumix
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    Originally posted by misato


    Seriously.. no. They dont seem to be properly focused.
    Maybe you took the shot before the AF could kick in?

    But at least your camera flash didnt kill the color of your "wings"
    Now you mentioned it...i dun think i let the AF (AutoFocus???) kicked in first b4 i shoot. I just aim and click it right away

    Alright...another point noted

    Will try to shoot better in future

    Once again...thanks

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    ruud
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    Default nightshots taken using Lumix

    sorry ayuLumix, i'm 'hijacking' your post, but i suppose you don't mind. like you, i'm using the same camera and a newbie as well. I would like to share the nightshot capability of the camera. you shld give it a try as well :P

    all with digital zoom:
    night scene mode, no exposure compensation:



    with exposure +1.00:


    with exposure -1.00:


    with normal flash:


    comments?

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    ayuLumix
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    Okie...finally got some time for me to play with my DC again. This time, i took some shots at the park nearby my house. Feel free to give me ur comments





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    AyuLumix:
    Quite a lot of photos seem under-exposed.
    And in the first post of yours, your pictures are not very focused, as mentioned by misato.


    Ruud:
    I'd like to comment on the world-cup fever photos -- one is under-exposed, the other is over-exposed.


    Regards,
    andretan

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    ayuLumix
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    Originally posted by andretan
    AyuLumix:
    Quite a lot of photos seem under-exposed.
    And in the first post of yours, your pictures are not very focused, as mentioned by misato.


    Ruud:
    I'd like to comment on the world-cup fever photos -- one is under-exposed, the other is over-exposed.


    Regards,
    andretan
    Agree cos it's was cloudy with the thunder roaring above.

    As for focusing...how to achieve a good focus cos i use auto-focus mode and even use a tripod but still somehow or rather, the pictures doesn't appear dat good.

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