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?
Recently I’ve been experimenting with capturing water in mid-air. Has anyone else ever tried this or do you have any tips? Make sure you are somewhere that it won’t be a problem if water get’s everywhere! 😂
Here’s some I got today:
@buddingphotographer, Thank you for all the tips, they are all great thoughts!
On the lens note, I have a 18-55 mm lens. Do you think if it is zoomed all the way in to 55 it will still distort faces?
If I need it, I also have a 70 – 300mm lens, but I would prefer not to use it for this project.
I’ll definitely remember the focus part. 🙂 I’ve…[Read more]
Hey everyone! I know this is a photography forum, but I Christian school would like me to help them put together a short informational video about their staff. I will be using my Nikon D3500 and I was wondering if anyone had any tips for videoing with a DSLR? Thanks!
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