Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by Biskit, Jan 3, 2008.
Took this one on my trip to Ottawa Canada this December:
You could start by holding your camera straight
I agree with holding the camera straight. In #2, you need to focus on the man
more interesting subjects
i had typed out a long reply and a sappy story about the guys at the airport breaking my tripod when bringing it on my trip but FF crashed
cliffs: will work on suggested things (duh) and post pics some time in the future
If you don't have a tripod, brace yourself against something or put the camera on timed release and rest it on something.
but I agree, they aren't interesting at all.
Or hold it tight in your body. That's how I was taught to deal when I had a photo class back in high school. Closest to your body is most sturdy
and breathing techniques.
first pic, angle sucks
second pic, focus sucks
third pic, composition sucks / blown highlights
fourth is best of the bunch, but still doesn't really do anything for me.
yes, long exposure is fun and cool looking, but you still need to pay attention to all the other basic elements of photography.
#1 #2 #3...maybe the concept in your head was good, but i don't think it came into fruition.
i spy mars and orion's schlong