A few from today

jonnypb

Well-known Member
Canon 400D and Sigma 17-70. Most of them straight out of the camera with no PP apart from the odd crop. Was a very sunny and bright day.

Bassenthwaite Lake
Messed around with it in CS2
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Experimenting with different camera settings to get the reflection of the mountain in the water
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Following taken from trotters farm

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Understanding exposure book arrived today so hopefully some better pics will come in the next few months :thumbsup:

comments/criticism welcome :)
 

denno75uk

Well-known Member
Piglets one and first one of Bassenthwaite are great. I love the fact that with the piglets you can see the red glow of the pig lamp.
 
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imcarm

Guest
Some nice shots there bubble52, I went to Trotters Farm a few weeks a go whilst on holiday at the lakes.

2 and 5 for me also, but 2 does look a slight bit on the under exposed side and could do with the horizon being level. But I'm sure the Understanding exposure book will help *You can send it my way when your finished ;) *
 

jonnypb

Well-known Member
thanks for all the comments guys, nice to get good comments when you're just starting out in dslr photography

2 does look a slight bit on the under exposed side and could do with the horizon being level. But I'm sure the Understanding exposure book will help *You can send it my way when your finished ;) *

2 was straight out of the camera and 1 looked similar out of the camera but I played around with the exposure and curves in cs2. never used curves before so i was a bit :confused: but have heard quite alot of people using curves in photoshop so I thought I'd give it a go and see what i ended up with!

it was very sunny and bright and i now know why people like to go out early morning or later on when the sun isn't as strong as it can be quite challenging to get a well exposed picture in very bright conditions

just started reading the book and it does look like it's going to be very useful, i dare say i'll end up reading it more than once.

for shots 1&2 would a polorizing filter have helped?
 

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