A Xmas Tree at Home


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MadDude

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For your C&C, did some PP in CS2. Taken in a HDB flat (not my house), with all its lights off except the "blinkers". Couldn't get the curtain to align with the walls :( Still new to DSLR and am willing to learn! On D70, Nikon 18-70mm - was f/3.5 @ 1/3 secs a good choice? I don't have a tripod ( still saving up! )
 

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Thanks for your comments guys! :) Appreciate it!
 

eikin

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watch the sharpening, lots of white 'halo' appearing around the objects. can afford to remove more space above the tree. one or two reflectors (styrofoam board/big white cardboards) can be used to fill in more light on the presents.
 

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