Very nice photos. Cute dog.
Joined Apr 2011
Joined Apr 2012
Location: Orange County, CA.
Jan 08, 2013 17:05 as a reply to @ post 15462118 |
My son just bought a T4i, a week before Christmas, in time to take some great shots of the celebration. There are some very knowledeable people here and a lot of great information. The "search" function is your friend. Take photo's several time a week in different modes, including manual and you will get good fast. -rick
Listen! .... do you smell something?
Gallery: 78 photos
Best ofs: 2
Joined May 2012
Jan 08, 2013 19:21 as a reply to @ RHChan84's post |
Wow, what a difference a day makes!...These shots are great Micah and Cody is a beautiful dog. In fact I think that you should consider printing and framing that 2nd one in this set that you've just posted.
Joined Jan 2013
Thanks everyone for the comments. I really liked those last pictures I posted. The background isn't great though, it could've been so much better with green grass! I hope it snows soon so I can get snow shots.
Canon T4i/650d w/18-135 STM Lens
Joined Apr 2011
Background is good. It doesn't take away your focus from the dog and the ball. I think it looks good. Sometimes, you don't need that background and want a "blah" background so you stay focus on the subject.
Joined Aug 2010
Location: Bay Area, CA
Fernanmd wrote in post #15445984
Ok, I figured that lens lock was just to secure it. Also, I got the Camera with a basic kit from B&H and it came with a UV lens to go on the STM lens. How often should I take it off to clean in there? Also, is it safe to use HDTV screen spray cleaner on the lenses?
What other maintenance should I do yet, if any? Maybe some products I should buy for the future also.
Thanks everyone for your input.
DO NOT use HDTV screen spray cleaner on the lenses. You can use a microfiber cloth, lens tissues, lens cleaner, or a lens pen. Using the wrong chemicals can damage the lens coatings.