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PostPosted: Mon Nov 21, 2011 8:34 am 

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I've had the 1100D(my first DSLR) for about five days now and I've been at work for the lot of them so haven't been able to take as many photo's as i would have liked. On the weekend though i went to a friends daughters 3rd Birthday party in between night shifts and got these photos of my son digging sand out in the backyard. It was the middle of the day, bright as hell i shot in Av mode with 18-55mm kit lens wide open on the telephoto end. I had to shoot in jpeg as i only have a 2GB SD card and the card was already half full (rookie mistake). I adjusted the photo's colors curve slightly as it looked slightly washed out from overexposure. Anyway some C&C would be nice cheers.
Digger B&W by Jonesy4321, on Flickr
Digger2 by Jonesy4321, on Flickr
Karmichael dig 1 by Jonesy4321, on Flickr

Canon 1100D
18-55mm F3.5/5.6 Canon lens

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PostPosted: Fri Nov 25, 2011 7:24 pm 
Sometimes it's hard to photograf kids, here you had lot of exposure.
Try avoid it, using manual, decreesing ISO, high shutter speeds, polorize filter ... or the best tip of all ... avoid taking pictures when its too much bright.

The photos are OK, but try to get his face, the inocent eyes and some smilles :P

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