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Sep 25, 2010 12:09 |  #4861

baldtat wrote in post #10974246 (external link)
@everyhuman: Really like 3, 4, and 8. Would be interested to know how you got that night shot. Are you self-taught or?

I am self-taught - I've been shooting pictures with various point and shoots for a long time, and then I finally got my hands on the Rebel XS and I can't get enough! Via the internet, everything you could ever need to know about the technical aspects of digital photography is right here. Natural talent helps, too - whether or not I have THAT? Who knows - I just do my thing, ya know? Here and there, I get a shot I dig, and get good feedback from other people... Since school is not an option for various reasons, I have to do a lot of trial and error and make note of what turns out good or bad... I have been given a few pointers from photographers I know, and that's a huge help as well.

The night shot was taken as a jpeg ( I'm not shooting in RAW yet - that's another thing I'm going to have to work on when I get software that can process them) The other specs for the shot are:

focal length: 18mm
exposure time 25 sec
aperture: f/3.5
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Sep 25, 2010 14:51 |  #4862

everyhumandies wrote in post #10976104 (external link)
I am self-taught -
The night shot was taken as a jpeg ( I'm not shooting in RAW yet - that's another thing I'm going to have to work on when I get software that can process them) The other specs for the shot are:

Software that comes with your camera...

http://www.usa.canon.c​om/content/dpp2/index.​html (external link)

and processes RAW very nicely.

PDF file for the manual on how to use it, 124 pages.

http://canoncanada.cus​thelp.com …ction-manual-(eos-digital (external link)


  
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Sep 26, 2010 01:03 |  #4863

shot with my lovely 1000d & tamron1750

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Sep 26, 2010 07:45 |  #4864

Tristsan wrote in post #10979019 (external link)
shot with my lovely 1000d & tamron1750
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Very nice and first post too. Welcome.


  
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Sep 26, 2010 07:47 as a reply to  @ post 10968965 |  #4865

Dead pixel/s?

Suddenly I discovered this on at photo:

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Is this a "dead" pixel/s on the sensor?

Looked at other images and there was the same at the same location. But couldn't see it on images taken a couple of months back.

If it's error on the sensor will It be worse or is it "normal" that this can happen on some individual pixel?

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Sep 26, 2010 08:09 as a reply to  @ scaning's post |  #4866

hey guys roargasm here :) i'm a newbie in this forum and these are some samples taken with my canon eos 1000d :)


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Sep 26, 2010 09:10 |  #4867

was wondering what settings to use when trying to capture kids at a party using my sigma 17-70?


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Sep 26, 2010 09:42 |  #4868

Roargasm wrote in post #10979893 (external link)
hey guys roargasm here :) i'm a newbie in this forum and these are some samples taken with my canon eos 100d :)


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with that pic, you just proved that even the modest XS is no slouch at taking pictures. it's a common assumption that it takes so-so pictures because it's an entry-level (cheapest in canon's lineup) dSLR. thing is, owners are habitually beginners.

congrats! nice shot! (and great PP)


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Sep 26, 2010 11:50 |  #4869

winters19 wrote in post #10974761 (external link)
is that a model tilt shot?

Looks cool!!!

Its a normal photography, taken with the 50 1.8II with HDR ;)




  
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Sep 26, 2010 18:27 |  #4870

Taken at Mount Rainier National Park. :)

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Sep 26, 2010 18:36 |  #4871

Hey all. Bought the XS two weeks ago...a big change from my point and shoot. Of course, like a newb, I thought I would magically just know how to adjust aperture and shutter speeds, etc... So far the learning process has been frustrating and fun. And I am too stubborn to go back to automatic settings, so I am plugging away. =) Just found this site and all of the advice and info is wonderful. I have so much to learn!

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Sep 26, 2010 22:56 |  #4872

I am new here but i love the web site and i have a rebel 1000D for my first lens and i love it it is amazing i have taken some good shots with it and use it alot!!


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Sep 26, 2010 23:15 |  #4873

[QUOTE=Cliffs;10976733​]Software that comes with your camera...

http://www.usa.canon.c​om/content/dpp2/index.​html (external link)

and processes RAW very nicely.

PDF file for the manual on how to use it, 124 pages.

http://canoncanada.cus​thelp.com …ction-manual-(eos-digital (external link)[/QUOTE

Um...duh! :(:(:( Guess that makes me a dingbat...Now I'm gonna go check that out...!


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Sep 26, 2010 23:21 |  #4874

leighkb wrote in post #10982575 (external link)
Hey all. Bought the XS two weeks ago...a big change from my point and shoot. Of course, like a newb, I thought I would magically just know how to adjust aperture and shutter speeds, etc... So far the learning process has been frustrating and fun. And I am too stubborn to go back to automatic settings, so I am plugging away. =) Just found this site and all of the advice and info is wonderful. I have so much to learn!
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wow obviously you really are learning a lot! nice shot btw :)




  
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Sep 27, 2010 00:17 |  #4875

scaning wrote in post #10979847 (external link)
Suddenly I discovered this on at photo:

Is this a "dead" pixel/s on the sensor?

Looked at other images and there was the same at the same location. But couldn't see it on images taken a couple of months back.

If it's error on the sensor will It be worse or is it "normal" that this can happen on some individual pixel?

I'd make a separate thread on the forum. Lots of people who know a ton about that stuff.


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