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    driving home in the morning
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    yummmmy me so hungry now
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    shame, fuck dogs

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    Quote Originally Posted by vegimite on toast View Post
    are you a photographer by trade or is it a hobby?
    Hobby so far apart from a few bits of work here and there. Once I've got my degree I will be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PERVERTO View Post
    Sports photography is where pro zoom lenses come in. For night sports, you need a zoom lens with a low F stop, such as the 70-200mm F/2.8
    Having a lower f stop means more light is allowed into the sensor and lower ISO's can be used, as well as faster shutter speeds, avoiding the grain and blur caused by higher ISO's. These lenses also have lighting fast auto focus, when used with a camera with an effective auto focus system like the Nikon D3, the subject can be focussed and tracked pretty easily.

    If you want to freeze movement, without blurring etc, you must use higher shutter speeds of atleast 500th or faster, if you can't afford a f/2.8 zoom, then you are going to have to deal with the grain of higher ISO's to balance the higher shutter speed in low light.

    Hope this helps, it's kinda complex and hard to explain.
    yea, i figured i needed a lens with lower f stop. I was using a 70-300 f/4-5.6 lens, so it didnt really allow much light in. Oh well, it wasnt supposed to be professional, it was jus for fun.

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    tolypes moth i seen yesterday on ma house! shits intense

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    really happy about that pic right there ^^^^^


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    Quote Originally Posted by PERVERTO View Post
    Did you take this? If so, you're a king.
    post alot more of this type of work

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    somone shoud post some images from a d40, just curious about how the images are.
    little somthin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iWrite. View Post
    somone shoud post some images from a d40, just curious about how the images are.
    little somthin.
    every one of my shots are from a d40 bruv

    err im guessing you wont wanna go thru every page so ill post a couple here













    cant be fucked to post anymore, but keep an eye out for me cus all my shots are with the D40, got a 50mm recently, havent had the chance to use it yet though

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    The gravestone one is really nice

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    My brother just got a new camera so I took some pics with it. When he sends them to me i'll upload them.
    He got a Canon Rebel XS T1i. I like it alot more than the one he had before. The Canon Rebel E05 XS. Which one do you think would be better for a starter? I like both of them but the new one takes a lot better pictures but is like $500 more.


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    tripod, manual focus

    and for that street pic, i would open the aperature more and have a shorter exposure


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    Quote Originally Posted by -Empty-Can- View Post
    My brother just got a new camera so I took some pics with it. When he sends them to me i'll upload them.
    He got a Canon Rebel XS T1i. I like it alot more than the one he had before. The Canon Rebel E05 XS. Which one do you think would be better for a starter? I like both of them but the new one takes a lot better pictures but is like $500 more.



    Bump for crits.
    none are really that good. they are really out of focus and such. And there is no canon rebel xs t1i. There is a Canon Rebel XS and a Canon Rebel T1i, but they are two different cameras.

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    Quote Originally Posted by noxi View Post
    none are really that good. they are really out of focus and such. And there is no canon rebel xs t1i. There is a Canon Rebel XS and a Canon Rebel T1i, but they are two different cameras.
    Oh well he has the second one then. They might not be great but anything is good for me right now. I hate my shitty point n shoot.

    Quote Originally Posted by ShIfTeD View Post
    tripod, manual focus

    and for that street pic, i would open the aperature more and have a shorter exposure
    You mean the one with the lights? I know it's not great i really didn't know what the fuck i was doing but i somehow got the camera to get a long exposure. I had the settings on A-DEP with the ISO at 400 i might have had the aperature at -1 but im not sure. I might have had the white balance on auto but i'm not sure. THe reason that the pic is so bright is because that street is very bright. There's store all around it and lights everywhere.

    I have a photography book that has some really interesting information in there. It's helped me quite a bit but I can't practice anything because I don't have an SLR yet.
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    Don't use a-dep. It's a waste of time.

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    The fuck is ADEP?

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    Quote Originally Posted by -Empty-Can- View Post
    Oh well he has the second one then. They might not be great but anything is good for me right now. I hate my shitty point n shoot.



    i have that camera. I like it.

    Whats the best setting to shoot when doing like 5-30 second exposures? by setting i mean f-stop, iso, etc.

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    depends on what your after, for the best picture quality, shoot at the lowest ISO you can, 100 or similar, and f stop depends on what your after also, for long light stars and shit like that use a small fstop but for sharper images with more in focus use higher f stops like 5.6 or 11.

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    alright fasho. Its freakin hard focusing well at night. I came back with so many blurry ass pictures.
    shitty and blurry
    http://img34.imageshack.us/i/img1884t.jpg/

    me likey
    http://img28.imageshack.us/img28/2189/img1892.jpg

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    take a torch to shine on whatever your subject is so you can focus, use manual focus dont bother with auto focus in pitch black it's useless.


 

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