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Old 02-03-2008, 05:41 PM
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Hi all,

Here I present you my first serious and wedding photoshoot. All shots taken with D50 and Tamron 17-50mm f/2.8 lens with SB-600. C&C? Thanks

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Nice set u hv! but u forgot to put numbering for c&c liau...
Overall is great, except some abit warm and slightly underexposed especially the dinner part. Some can see reflection of ur flash from the wall and door...
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Nice set u hv! but u forgot to put numbering for c&c liau...
Overall is great, except some abit warm and slightly underexposed especially the dinner part. Some can see reflection of ur flash from the wall and door...
thanks for sharing
Thanks newdaddy for the pointers. Still practising bouncing flash and external flash exposures.
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hi limgt, you have a creative and nice composition shots...

on the exposure, why you use -0.33EV on all your shots? i noticed you uses widest aperture and 1/60 shutter speed for certain shots that cause camera shake or out of focus, IMHO I will push up the shutter speed for some candid and for this sharp tamron lens use aperture 3.2 or 3.5 could be better.
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hi limgt, you have a creative and nice composition shots...

on the exposure, why you use -0.33EV on all your shots? i noticed you uses widest aperture and 1/60 shutter speed for certain shots that cause camera shake or out of focus, IMHO I will push up the shutter speed for some candid and for this sharp tamron lens use aperture 3.2 or 3.5 could be better.
LOL most of the shots are taken at aperture priority, adjusting apeture based on composition that I wanted i.e. bokeh background etc. Based on your advice perhaps I should look into shutter priority say around 1/80 to 1/100 for sharper pictures?

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ya, wider aperture can create nicer bokeh, don't you concern about the object sharpness? like the picture #6, the 'kuih' isn't flat, if you uses f/2.8 on that close shot, the object sharpness eventually decrease due to the DOF is too narrow.

why don't you use M mode, use 1/125s to 1/160s and let the TTL work for you.

just my 2 cents!
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more bokeh is needed and colour abit soft
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First pictures of the first two posts are underexposed on my monitor though. Up the exposure a notch?
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