My newbie 450D anyhow shoot!^_^


Status
Not open for further replies.

Zeden

New Member
Jul 31, 2008
33
0
0
#1
Yo...Guys & Gals,
My newbie 450D anyhow shoot!^_^
C&C are welcome.
#1 Church

Note: Taken on bus,using 50mmf1.8

#2 National Library

Note: Taken on bus,using 50mmf1.8

#3 The Gateway

Note: 18-55mmIS on tripod

#4 Parkview Sq

Note: 18-55mmIS on tripod

Thank You!
 

Last edited:

shunzi

New Member
Nov 14, 2008
925
0
0
#2
lol i dun see its a 'anyhow shoot' since u have your tripod on with you.

aint no pro here but i have to say its pretty nice! keep up the gd work.welcome to the world of photography~ ;)
 

Zeden

New Member
Jul 31, 2008
33
0
0
#3
lol i dun see its a 'anyhow shoot' since u have your tripod on with you.

aint no pro here but i have to say its pretty nice! keep up the gd work.welcome to the world of photography~ ;)
Haha..paiseh:embrass:! Thank You...Thank You!:D
 

Anson

Senior Member
Jul 31, 2006
8,210
7
38
ansonchew.com
www.ansonchew.com
#4
I would suggest to use the A/S mode more often... it let you have more control of your lighting & DoF... Just my 2 cents... :)
 

RayTravis

New Member
Nov 23, 2008
655
0
0
Woodlands
#5
Well to me the first picture is abit out.
Am a newbie too but am i right ?
Cropping out more of the sky at the top and getting more of the church would be nicer.
Am i right to say this?
Correct me if im wrong as am still learning.. :(
 

Zeden

New Member
Jul 31, 2008
33
0
0
#7
Well to me the first picture is abit out.
Am a newbie too but am i right ?
Cropping out more of the sky at the top and getting more of the church would be nicer.
Am i right to say this?
Correct me if im wrong as am still learning.. :(
Sorry for the late reply.:sweat:
I'm very new to photography too.Haha..paiseh! Lets learn together...
Well...as for the church photo,I should use the kit lens instead of 50mm while on the bus.
So that I could have a wider angle on the church.:cry:

Cool thanks for the comment!:cool:
 

Zeden

New Member
Jul 31, 2008
33
0
0
#8
The traffic in #3 look interesting.... maybe can pan the camera lower to capture the lights... :D
Cool thanks for the comment!:cool:

Btw,A/S means Aperture priority mode !?:embrass:

Noted,indeed it still can be paned abit lower for the traffic lights.:thumbsup:
 

pixie

New Member
May 3, 2008
86
0
0
#11
take it when there are no clouds?
 

desertstrike

Senior Member
Sep 29, 2008
1,310
0
36
37
CCK
#12
but but but... it is very very rare in singapore to be totally cloudless like that?

Zeden, is it totally cloudless?
 

Zeden

New Member
Jul 31, 2008
33
0
0
#13

Zeden

New Member
Jul 31, 2008
33
0
0
#14
but but but... it is very very rare in singapore to be totally cloudless like that?

Zeden, is it totally cloudless?
Hmmm...I was in the bus while taking those 2 day time photo,so didnt't actually pay attention on the sky.I guess should have la...just not in my photo.:dunno:

take it when there are no clouds?
Hahaha...good one!:bsmilie:
 

desertstrike

Senior Member
Sep 29, 2008
1,310
0
36
37
CCK
#15
Hmmm...I was in the bus while taking those 2 day time photo,so didnt't actually pay attention on the sky.I guess should have la...just not in my photo.:dunno:
hmm... can share ur setting for the first and second pic?
 

coolin

New Member
Sep 1, 2008
400
0
0
27
Pasir Ris
#16
A/s meaning aperture priority or shutter priority.
so that you can have more control on how your picture turns out.
 

Zeden

New Member
Jul 31, 2008
33
0
0
#17
hmm... can share ur setting for the first and second pic?
#1 photo
Tv(Shutter Speed)=1/800Sec.
Av(Aperture Value)=F5.6
Metering Modes=Spot
Exposure Compensation=-2/3
ISO Speed=100
Lens=EF50mm f/1.8 II
Focal Length=50.0 mm

#2 photo
Tv(Shutter Speed)=1/320Sec.
Av(Aperture Value)=F5.6
Metering Modes=Spot
Exposure Compensation=-2/3
ISO Speed=100
Lens=EF50mm f/1.8 II
Focal Length=50.0 mm
 

Zeden

New Member
Jul 31, 2008
33
0
0
#18
A/s meaning aperture priority or shutter priority.
so that you can have more control on how your picture turns out.
Cool thanks!:cool:... Coolin
Noted. Will play more with those mode.:D
 

shunzi

New Member
Nov 14, 2008
925
0
0
#19
i think the first photo looks fine. the sky give it more depth feeling into it.
 

Status
Not open for further replies.
Top Bottom