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Old Jan 30, 2011, 2:06 PM   #1
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Old Jan 30, 2011, 2:22 PM   #2
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Hi dryspuri,

looks very nice, but I have the impression, that you have used the wrong white balance, maybe light bulb or flash and not daylight?

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Old Jan 30, 2011, 2:30 PM   #3
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Hi dryspuri,

looks very nice, but I have the impression, that you have used the wrong white balance, maybe light bulb or flash and not daylight?

Cheers,

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No stefan, its auto wb, why do u think so?
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Old Jan 30, 2011, 2:33 PM   #4
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I think they look very good for your first outing. The shots of various plants are very sharp and well exposed. But most of the bird shots seem a bit dark and soft. Were these taken on the same day, under same weather conditions?
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For me, the areas which should be white (e.g. the wing of the magpie) are slightly blueish, but this could be also a problem of my monitor ;-)

Maybe the next time it would be better to use daylight mode or cloudy mode. Maybe you can try some kind of PP.
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For me, the areas which should be white (e.g. the wing of the magpie) are slightly blueish, but this could be also a problem of my monitor ;-)

Maybe the next time it would be better to use daylight mode or cloudy mode. Maybe you can try some kind of PP.
dear sally thanks for looking, ducks shot are in shadow, with p mode, while sun showed up, i moved on, & was clicking plants with max aperture!!
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Yeah, moving animals in the shade are very hard to photograph. Your shutter speed was pretty slow, and ducks move around a lot!
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Dryspuri

You have make a very good beginning.

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Great photos for the first time out. Keep them coming.
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