my 1st few shot wif my fz50


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tattybearz

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hi bro/sis. this is one of few pics i took. why it is not sharp? and the second pics the tanks are moving. look very blur also. wat is wrong wif mi?



 

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Looks like your focus is on the wrong thing.. What sort of focus did you use?

Shouldn't be handshake either, doesn't look like motion blur.
 

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i'm very new to image capturing. will like to learn more. i use auto as i dun know how to play wif A and S mode.
 

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ah, did you turn on the image stabilisation
fool around more with your camera to get the best out of it

after a while you'd find out that M mode is way better than Auto, you get to control what the camera takes, etc

1/250s shutter speed, unlikely to be handshake leh, explorerz bro.. =D
 

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check your focus switch, auto-forcus? i think for a start, use auto and custom setting first, then when all your techni are there like holding, use manual.

did u use the VF or LCD to take photo? there is a photographer who took using the LCD, which led to blur pix too
 

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ah, did you turn on the image stabilisation
fool around more with your camera to get the best out of it

after a while you'd find out that M mode is way better than Auto, you get to control what the camera takes, etc

1/250s shutter speed, unlikely to be handshake leh, explorerz bro.. =D
oopz i mean the first one.
the 2nd could be due to bad panning technique. he said the tank was moving, so i guess he is trying to capture it and unknowingly did some panning, but a bad one since the tank ain't sharp as well.

check your focus switch, auto-forcus? i think for a start, use auto and custom setting first, then when all your techni are there like holding, use manual.

did u use the VF or LCD to take photo? there is a photographer who took using the LCD, which led to blur pix too
LCD or not i guess it all boils down on how you hold your camera.

I took this shot using LCD with hand straight out to get as much reach as i can. :)
 

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hey i use an FZ20 so i'm not sure if it's roughly the same. But on some occasions when i shoot i forget to switch it back from manual focus to auto focus. Perhaps you should check it out :)
 

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oopz i mean the first one.
the 2nd could be due to bad panning technique. he said the tank was moving, so i guess he is trying to capture it and unknowingly did some panning, but a bad one since the tank ain't sharp as well.


LCD or not i guess it all boils down on how you hold your camera.

I took this shot using LCD with hand straight out to get as much reach as i can. :)
i also got mention holding technics mah
 

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hey i use an FZ20 so i'm not sure if it's roughly the same. But on some occasions when i shoot i forget to switch it back from manual focus to auto focus. Perhaps you should check it out :)
hehe, is not that
the focal length in both shots are different
 

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oopz i mean the first one.
the 2nd could be due to bad panning technique. he said the tank was moving, so i guess he is trying to capture it and unknowingly did some panning, but a bad one since the tank ain't sharp as well.
yeah, highly likely that one, 1/60 second shutter exposure, hehe

second one is damn weird, heh =/
 

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I used to have situations where even at 1/200 or 250, I will get blurred photos at the tele end.

Think it is could be the way a person hold the camera, his/her poses etc.
 

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thanks everyone for ur kind support, guide and help. its all those focus lenght, shutter speed and aperture i dun really know how to mix/play ard. well, is there any standard i muz follow? out of 30 pics, only those closed up is slightly better... ie....

 

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thanks everyone for ur kind support, guide and help. its all those focus lenght, shutter speed and aperture i dun really know how to mix/play ard. well, is there any standard i muz follow? out of 30 pics, only those closed up is slightly better... ie....
http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b22/tattybearz/P1000143.jpg
http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b22/tattybearz/P1000144.jpg
were you doing panning(moving your camera trying to frame the tank while its moving) for your first 2 shots? if so, most probably is like what i said, could poor panning techniques.
 

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were you doing panning(moving your camera trying to frame the tank while its moving) for your first 2 shots? if so, most probably is like what i said, could poor panning techniques.
no wait

are you in macro mode

is there a little flower appearing on your screen, i don't know about panasonic, haven't used it before

but h2 is default macro shooting or something, i think
 

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no wait

are you in macro mode

is there a little flower appearing on your screen, i don't know about panasonic, haven't used it before

but h2 is default macro shooting or something, i think
erm, don think macro mode will affect, it basically just let the camera focus nearer and slower.
 

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Woo saw yr tamiya tank that remind me of my childhood :cry: Stiil have my M113 M60 tanks and many figure not yet fix >some half way it amost 25 years with me come with boxes and manual interesteD to BUY?????:bsmilie:Sorry off topic
 

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