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Old Aug 31, 2006, 3:52 AM   #21
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Thanks for info Atindra, I m from new delhi, Please share with me some more tips abouts photography.

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Thanks a lots Slipe, Bigdawg and Atindra.

Now i keep in future about spot meterin vs matrix meteing, and also use less aperture to create great DOF and use filter to cut the bright light, But if use less apeture than the background will more sharp ? that will good ?


In some cases little more details in background are good and in most macro shots people like to blurr the background as you wanted. In that case you can use F2.8 and some faster shutter speed to deliberately underexpose the shot or even you can change EV. Macro filter would be a nice accessory to add in to your setup. Are you from Himachal? I have lots of friends from Shimla, Nainital, Chandigadh.

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Old Aug 31, 2006, 11:42 AM   #22
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Thanks Red Royal!

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Old Sep 1, 2006, 7:10 PM   #23
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Great shots both indianguy and bigdwag-

I have always used the spot metering and exposure compensation combination to tame an exposure where the highlights are blown. I have not used neutral density filters, butI surely do admire and cannot argue at all with the beautiful samples that bigdwag has provided.

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