I’ve found that the quality of the microphones on Nikon cameras aren’t that good all around. I’d recommend using an external microphone for better sound quality.
@josiahw has a good point about the playback volume, but also, check your microphone settings. You may have the volume set to high if you are in manual.
Hope this helps! 🙂
Wow, @paulnmerrie! I love your picture! Personally, I like the coloring and bold contrast.
However, my eyes were almost immediately drawn to the contrail. So, I put it into GIMP and did a rough edit to take out the trail.
Very nice shot, though!
Hey James, I’m not sure if this is what you’re looking for but here are a two spring pictures that I thought may work. I’m hoping to take some more in the following days!
They are both crops of horizontal shots, so I can adjust the crop if need be.
Hey @loganlamar, Great question!
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Hey everyone, Thanks for your comments!
@vince and @rmadaris, that’s a great idea to straighten it. Here it is straightened.
@rmadaris, I know it wasn’t caused by editing, because the the shadow is in the original. There was a certain setting I was using when I shot it that I can’t remember (it may have been bracketing), but that may be what caused it.
I took this picture with a Nikon D5300 in Washington DC.
Does anyone have any thoughts?
P.S. I’m not quite sure why there appears to be a shadow behind the upper right of the monument. Maybe someone else has some input on that?
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