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Monday, 30 January 2012

Day 30/366


Once more, I set my camera to shutter priority and used the tripod.
I set the timer on two seconds and the difference in operation of the camera was amazing.
Sharpness still needs to be worked on though.

3 comments:

  1. Sharpness may not be quite right but the lovely muted effect achieved because of the lack of sharpness makes it a nice peaceful photo. I need to work on my shutter priority shots as I can't seem to get them right so resort to tricking the auto focus....again!

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    1. I'm finding the tripod helps, but the 2 second timer helps even more. I think part of the learning curve also involves knowing exactly on what part of the subject to set the focus.
      Thanks for the encouraging comment!

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