Discussion in 'Photography Forums' started by Motobug, May 7, 2007.
I thought I would try a few nature shots today, any tips and advice welcome:
Camera: Panasonic FZ50
I'd say try to use the rule of thirds a bit more.
I like the second one with the stump, but I think if you had chosen a smaller apeture, then the greenery in the background would look a bit sharper (unless it's camera shake).
The pussywillow thing is also nice.
For the closeup shots, you've done well considering the lighting, but unfortunately it was a bit dull. Were they blowing in the wind too? There's a tiny hint of blur. If that's the case, use a faster shutter, wider apeture or a higher ISO
A bit overexposed. Check your histogram (assuming you can) after each shot and see if it is nice & in the middle, or it is too far to the right (bright) or left (dark). If so, fiddle with the exposure and try again. It results in more keepers.
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