1000D photo gallery


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mynextday

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created by request.
There you go!:cool:

pictures of a 1000words
 

Maman

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Here's some of mine. Still learning tou.. so feedback n ideas to improve is most welcome. Thanks.

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#5 I really like this pic..IMO
 

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Maman

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HOw do i make the pic on no.4 n 10 sharper as u can see from here my daughters does not stand out like the pic on #5.
 

noob81

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maman,

try check with the focus point.. r u using AF or MF?
 

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noob81

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here my 1st time with DSLR... pls comment...





 

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niwlya

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hi ! i am glad someone started this thread to post shots taken by our 1000D.

i like to share with everyone some of my pictures which i have taken since i purchased my 1000D (first DSLR) back in august 2008.

all shots are taken and posted without any photoshop editing... just cropping to the recommended size and adding my name to the pictures.

Picture 1 : Polygon (Bicycles) Model



Picture 2 : Cavalier King Charles Spaniel



Picture 3 : Sunset In Batam



Picture 4 : Small Scale Model Of An Antique Bicycle



feedbacks / comments are most welcomed !

thanks for viewing... ;)
 

Maman

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maman,

try check with the focus point.. r u using AF or MF?
I'm using AF all the time has yet to try out MF. So how do i have to see those red dots tat light up, means that that's the focus point is??
 

niwlya

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Both photos with 1000D & EFS 18-55mm IS
nice effect on the 2nd picture... if i am not wrong, my friend did mention to me about a shooting technique called "dragging" the shutter for long exposure which can achieve this effect. for your case, what settings on the 1000D did you use ?
 

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my few fav shots i took. i'm still learning btw. 1 of 2....


*just a random shot of my friend from arofanatics.com


*uses wb of 7000k.. change the white balance at DPP.


*dodge and burn abit to enchance it better.





there's more..
 

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fleaz

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Here's some of mine. Still learning tou.. so feedback n ideas to improve is most welcome. Thanks.

#5 I really like this pic..IMO I don't know what you're trying to express but it could be better if you didn't crop so much of the background away?
Here's more..

#8 I'm no expert here but I feel that just a shot of the flowers doesn't say anything. Perhaps you should try to include the background. If you're using flash, try to make sure it lights up everything and not half-half like in the photo.
HOw do i make the pic on no.4 n 10 sharper as u can see from here my daughters does not stand out like the pic on #5.
Comments for the above two photos in bold. I feel for 4 & 10, direct flash gives very harsh lighting. My guess is, you're using the pop-up flash. Maybe can try to use a diffuser? I've been using tissue paper as diffuser for the pop-up flash.

My 2 pence.
 

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I kinda like this pic.. given now it's the festive season, i get the feeling of sadness/loneliness from this picture like as if the subject is looking enviously upon the family/friends bbq, wishing he too had something like that of his own..

good shot!
 

wootnick

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Building ice sculptures in Harbin, China.


Seletar Reservoir

All raw outta the camera. Wish I had a decent computer to do some PP on them.
 

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