Thanks @LoganLamer. I see what you mean with the horizontal shot. I’ll have to experiment with getting lower as well. Sometimes I’ve found if I get to low the “main button” doesn’t seem to stand out as much.
I’ve been having fun taking pictures of sewing buttons, these are a couple of my favorites. Do you have any tips for composition, editing, est?
first one: iso 800
second one: iso 1600
I opened a can of paint and started stirring it-then I realized the design of the paint looked like a heart! I ran and grabbed my camera. But then later I realized that it had glare all over it-by then it was to late to take it again. (It was because I was in full sun). 🙁
Does anyone know of a way to remove all that glare using Photoshop…[Read more]
The white balance looks a little warm. Also you could try to get the focus point to be right on the red train-it looks like it’s half way between the train and it’s track. When your taking pictures so close it’s hard to get the focus just right.
Zoom blur is made when you intentionally or accidentally zoom as the picture is being recorded. To make a zoom blurred picture look nicer, put the subject in the center of the zoom. I haven’t tried this technique on people, maybe it would look neat with her face sharp and the rest zoomed.
These jars were my great-grandma’s and we still use them.
I was trying to find a creative way to photograph them without having food in the photo.
The wind was blowing lightly so it was hard to get the flag to be in just the right spot.
You did a great job of using a fast enough shutter speed to have the bee sharp. I like how the little bit of blur in the bee’s wings adds a sense of motion. To make it better you could of not cropped off the tip of the flower. Also putting the bee and main flower on a intersecting third would be good.
Can you give me some advise on how to interact better with people when taking portrait, family pictures, est? How to overcome the apprehension and self-conscientiousness that comes with taking pictures of people?
From what I found Photoshop element does have an lighten blend mode but I don’t know how to use it.
Do you have some tips for focusing in the dark? I find it very difficult to be able to tell if I’ve focused properly before taking the picture. For example taking pictures of stars and star trails the screen is black and I can’t tell if it’s focused. Some times it focuses and other times it doesn’t. I do use a tripod so it’s not a camera shake problem.
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