@rmadarisactive 7 hours, 9 minutes ago
I'm a 14 year old who loves photography, particularly wildlife and landscape photography. I love doing some of the photography for our church, and I'm also an avid videographer. I use a Nikon D7000 and a Nikon D3200. I would also love to pursue a career in agriculture and photography.
@josiahw, Interesting! I would suggest using a lower ISO. There’s a lot of noise in the image. Also, use a faster shutter speed. 1/160 is a bit slow for handholding the camera when shooting wildlife unless you have image stabilization. That may solve the problem with that photo. I don’t have very much experience with Canon, though, as I’ve always…[Read more]
Hi Caitlin! I actually really like this! Great job on your first try. I really don’t have much experience with HDR, so I’ll just ‘critique’ the photo itself. One of the first things my eyes were drawn to were the blades of grass in the foreground. You could remove those pretty easily in Lightroom, so I would suggest that. Also, the horizon is ever…[Read more]
Beautiful! I believe this flower variety is Echinacea purpurea, otherwise known as ‘Sombrero Hot Pink’ coneflower.
Great job with the photos! The first thing I see when I look at these is that the second photo is slightly blurry. Perhaps you could use a faster shutter speed next time? On the third photo, I like the bee in the frame! If you could…[Read more]
@lukevrable, part of the reason why I got the Spark was that I had to return my Phantom 3 because the remote control connection quit working properly (good thing I had a warranty!), and when I was looking to replace it, it was getting harder to find. I think they’re slowly beginning to work it out of production. That doesn’t mean it’s not a good…[Read more]
Hey Silas! As @lukevrable said, I have had quite a bit of experience with the P3 Standard, but I downgraded to the Spark, partly because it’s a lot easier to travel with, take on hikes, etc. The Phantom 3 is an awesome drone, but it is $500 currently, so you might have to save up a little longer were you to go with that one. I highly recommend the…[Read more]
Hey Silas! Nice to see you on the forums! For an editing program, I would suggest Luminar 2018. I haven’t used it yet, but I’ve heard some great things about it being a good editing program. I love how vibrant the photo of the rabbit is, and the only thing I see that I would remove is the blade of grass. The picture of the Tufted Titmouse photo is…[Read more]
I’m getting close to starting a small real estate photography business, (partnering with some local companies) and I have a few photos that I’ve recently taken. Any thoughts?
Two were taken at the Chief Vann House in Chatsworth, GA, and the other one is of our living room.
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