I’m looking to buy a decent quality tripod and head for under $100. I’ve been keeping an eye on Craigslist and looked on https://jet.com/search?category=10000041.
-Were else would be a good place to look?
-What things should I be looking for in a tripod?
Thanks for any advice!
If that’s the lowest aperture you can get- you got that right! And the shutter-speed is OK,- there not kids running around etc. I would just raise my ISO until I get the proper exposure. The orange cast might be from the orange room.
Thank you! I downloaded the converter and it was compatible with Elements 6! Now I have to learn all about using ACR. 🙂 Would it be “safe” to convert all my Raw files to DNG? Is DNG readable by most programs? Is all the information retained? What should I set my perferences on the converter to?
I know it (the help page) says that I have to have version 9.7, but what I don’t understand is why my program says that I can open NEF files.
I do have the Nikon raw software. But it’s limited and I was wanting to stay inside PS for all my editing.
I’m trying to figure out how to open up a photo in Adobe camera RAW. I have Photoshop elements 6, and from what I’ve read Camera RAW comes with it. Is that correct? On the list of file types that it can open it has my raw type (NEF). But when I go to open a raw file it says it can’t open it because it is the wrong type of file. Do I have some…[Read more]
blessings captured replied to the topic Joshua 1:9 VPO: Courage and Contrast (ends March 27) in the forum Shoot to Serve Photo Assignments 3 months ago
Here’s what I was thinking with this picture:
Crocuses are one of the first flower up in the spring often when there is still snow; even with this difficulty they have the “courage” to go on growing.
The purple color is not often seen in nature and provides contrast to the bleak surroundings. Also the yellow center contrasts the purple pedals.
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
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