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 Post subject: Moroleon Mexico
PostPosted: Tue Aug 16, 2011 2:24 am 
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Hi everyone ill leave you with some pictures that i took in a chuch in Moroleon Guanajuato Mexico any coments are welcome
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Hi Cam, I like the shots but nothing appears in focus to me, perhaps it's camera shake if you shot by hand. I would suggest increasing the the ISO to get a reasonable speed as some of the shots were taken at 1/15s. Have a look at the tutorials on the forum making things lighter or darker and landscape to get all in focus, this could also apply to your shots.

Hope this helps.

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PostPosted: Tue Aug 16, 2011 3:29 am 
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thanks 4xxxx i did shot by hand and will take your advice next time


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Hello Camberos, some excellent shots!

If I could give you a word of advice, I'd try to centre some of the shots a bit more. I realize that in photography, the rule of thirds is very important to getting a great shots, but in some pictures the subject is just more appealing centred. For instance, I feel that the first one is a bit too far to the left for my liking, it's cutting off a bit of the pillar.
Aside from that, all that I could say to do is to look for, perhaps some new angles or perspectives. Aside from the 4th, all of the others are from the same view point, looking in the same direction. Some shots facing the other way may look neat, or just from different places in the church. Also make sure that your camera is level for some of the shots, as some look a bit crooked.

I hope that I helped,
-Evan

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 18, 2011 9:04 pm 
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Thanks for the reply Evank and i wil take your advice to improve my photos


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