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Feb 27, 2006 15:12 |  #1

So you've got them composed just as you want them; and snap, should be the best shot you've ever taken. Can't win 'em all :D :D :D


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Feb 27, 2006 15:37 |  #2

I was able to see the image OK after duping the layer 5 times with the visibility mode from normal to screen and opacity to 100%




  
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Feb 27, 2006 15:48 |  #3

Luckily I took several shots so no tears (Mine I mean)LOL!




  
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Feb 27, 2006 17:10 |  #4

The foliage outside the window looks great though! :D


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Feb 27, 2006 17:14 |  #5

That is a sad picture.


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Feb 27, 2006 17:35 |  #6

Mick Emmett wrote:
So you've got them composed just as you want them; and snap, should be the best shot you've ever taken. Can't win 'em all :D :D :D

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It's good to know I'm not alone :) Thanks for sharing your blooper!


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Feb 27, 2006 20:33 as a reply to  @ blueminnie's post |  #7

Yeah, ETTL can be a real problem like that.

Hope you got it in the end...

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Feb 27, 2006 21:43 |  #8

You have to learn to watch your histogram really closely, most people have been burned by this I think. Be especially careful with glass or metal in the background.


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Feb 27, 2006 22:21 |  #9

Mick,

Tell me you shot this in RAW ?

If so, all is not lost, and you bang the exposure up a notch and probably save yourself.

I shot my first wedding this past weekend, and hate to say it, but I've had to make quite a few adjustments.(Thank you Canon RAW)

First lesson learned, pay more attention to the Histogram. (like Tim has said.)


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Feb 27, 2006 23:45 |  #10

eh, sometimes it happens. Just got to make sure it doesnt happen often.




  
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Feb 27, 2006 23:59 |  #11

Just to make you feel less alone... here's one of my images from the last wedding... just accidently hit the MF switch on the lens... good thing I caught it. :D

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Feb 28, 2006 13:02 as a reply to  @ CyberPet's post |  #12

One place I shoot has mirrors all around. I have to make sure I'm at an angle or I'll get exactly that result. Sometimes I think I'll try manual flash just for a change.:)


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