Pretty Stone?!

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  • #30426

    Eliana Franzenburg
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    I was having trouble getting a good exposure, but made it work. I would love any advice you could give. 🙂

    ISO 800
    1/200
    f/11

    #30427

    Eliana Franzenburg
    Participant

    Here is the photo. I don’t know why it didn’t work.

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    #30430

    MissyCreations
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    It is very nice, some kind of light is shining on the top it’s kind of distracting and on the side it is a little fuzzy.
    but other then that it is pretty 🙂

    #30458

    Caitlin Compton
    Participant

    That’s a pretty stone @elianafranzenburg! What type is it?

    You mentioned you where having trouble with your exposure. (I know the feeling! Lol.) Since it’s a stationary object you should be able to position your camera on a tripod or other stable object allowing you to be able to lengthen your shutter speed considerably. Then you could lower your ISO to something more like 100 which would give you a higher quality image. I wouldn’t think you’d need quite a large aperture either – maybe try something more like f/4? I’m not in the situation, but I’d try something like that if I was shooting it. 🙂 Maybe stepping back from your object a tad would help it all to be in tack sharp focus. Nice photo! 🙂

    #30493

    Eliana Franzenburg
    Participant

    Thanks for the tips! @creative-click-photography my mom said it’s an amethyst. I re-took the photo using your advice but I started a new forum for it.

    #30497

    Caitlin Compton
    Participant

    You’re welcome, @elianafranzenburg! Ahh, I thought it looked like an amethyst. I have one of them too. 🙂

    #31004

    James Staddon
    Keymaster

    That’s really pretty! I’d make sure it was evenly lit too.

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