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      04-10-2013, 04:29 PM   #1
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I took several pics, got the camera for christmas and im a complete NOOB.....lets keep the feedback constructive hahaha thanks guys













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Got some nice shots! What kind of camera and lens are you using? Remember the lower the aperture the more light you let into the sensor. For shots at night or low lighting using a tripod! It works wonder. Keep your iso as low as you can go or your pictures will come out grainy when blown up! I usually never shoot pass 400.

Aperture also is your depth of field. The lower you go and the closer you move to the object the more blurred the background will be. If you want a wide depth of view, use a larger aperture with a longer shutter speed to shoot a bunch of cars in one scene!
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Got some nice shots! What kind of camera and lens are you using? Remember the lower the aperture the more light you let into the sensor. For shots at night or low lighting using a tripod! It works wonder. Keep your iso as low as you can go or your pictures will come out grainy when blown up! I usually never shoot pass 400.

Aperture also is your depth of field. The lower you go and the closer you move to the object the more blurred the background will be. If you want a wide depth of view, use a larger aperture with a longer shutter speed to shoot a bunch of cars in one scene!
I appreciate the tips i will try them when i go out and shoot again, look at some of your shots they are awesome, fresh whip too.
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