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Old 05-15-2011, 01:55 AM
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can I boost up the colour using setting at the camera only..?

i want to know how i'm going to boost up the color here..please..besides..how i'm going to shoot the real potrait..?

all C&C are welcome..

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Old 05-15-2011, 08:54 AM
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I think your color is more or less. I feel that you DOF is too shallow, +3ev is too high, maybe can try +2. If it still not able to give you a crisp picture, try increase the contrast in your selected picture control.
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Old 05-15-2011, 03:11 PM
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Maybe it's EV too high I guess..about the DOF..beside the aperture, what other setting should I made to make it deep..since I had open it to the max..

Tq..!!
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Maybe it's EV too high I guess..about the DOF..beside the aperture, what other setting should I made to make it deep..since I had open it to the max..

Tq..!!

aperture + focal length + focusing distance = DOF

aperture - the bigger, the shallow
focal length - the tele, the shallow
focusing distance - the nearer the shallow

what to get deeper DOF... do the opposite.
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aperture + focal length + focusing distance = DOF

aperture - the bigger, the shallow
focal length - the tele, the shallow
focusing distance - the nearer the shallow

what to get deeper DOF... do the opposite.

now i'm understand..thanx so much..will improve next time..!!
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The photograph is very beautiful, filming the effect is very in place! I like!
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Of course you can saturate your colour in your camera menu before you shoot.

Smaller aperture makes your photo deeper and sharper.
Choose a better background to emphasize the beauty of bokeh, your background is too dark and no much circular bokeh are there.
Choose a better lighting, if outdoor, prefer golden hours or using diffuser or reflector.
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