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Old Dec 14, 2010, 12:32 PM   #11
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there's no exif attached. how high was your iso? i ask because on my monitor things look grainy. and just a suggestion, i know this is just practice for you but perhaps setting up your work-flow so your final product is the same resolution as your intended display medium.
i target hdtv...hence 16:9. i don't know what yours it but both pics don't display well on 19inch 4:3 monitor.

and yes, i noticed the white aura around your heads.
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Old Dec 14, 2010, 12:39 PM   #12
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Ill have to check and see if I can get the data for u but I didn't take the pic my mom did with her fujiflim s1500 after christmas me and the gf are gonna do some pics with the d3000 on a tripod
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Old Dec 16, 2010, 5:21 PM   #13
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zombz, a couple of quick points. When you reshoot this with the Nikon, will you be using on board flash or do you have an external unit? The reason I ask is that the glare on your glasses can be eliminated by bouncing the flash off the ceiling. That will also give a soft, indirect light to the subject. One last thing, hide the clasp in g/f's necklace. LOL Not a biggie, but attention to detail ends when you run out of detail
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Old Dec 17, 2010, 10:49 PM   #14
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I noticed the clasp to lol the shot was taken at random my mom just told us to look and that's the shot she got and yea im using a sb600 on my nikon
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"attention to detail ends when you run out of detail " Great advice Robert!! Frank
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