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Oct 03, 2011 19:02 |  #1

took this using sigma 18-125 non OS with rebel xti.

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Oct 03, 2011 19:18 |  #2

Cute kid, tighten up that crop a little.


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Oct 03, 2011 19:45 |  #3

Focus on child was missed. It looks like the item under the crib (beyond the easel and it's white and textured and sitting on the floor) is the most in focus item in the image.

Remedy: stop letting the camera decide on what to focus and use the center square only so focus lands squarely on your intended target.

Cute young man with a great expression. He deserves to the focal point of your images.

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Oct 03, 2011 22:59 |  #4

i will try to practice on focusing. its kinda hard to see with xti's small viewfinder.




  
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Oct 03, 2011 23:14 |  #5

yes, very cute. you can also slow your shutter speed down so the background is not so dark. Be careful with that though since he'll blur if he moves and since your lens is not stabilized (non-OS), you could have camera shake blurring everything.


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