Go here to get started.....I assume a PC and not a MAC?
kpsack wrote in post #4057398
How do I post the Exif info?
If you use Photoshop Save for Web, the EXIF data will be removed from the image. If you save JPG normally, but small enough to post, the EXIF data should be intact in the image.
Oct 03, 2007 15:16 as a reply to @ bwolford's post |
fugfuggy wrote in post #4057762
That was the other Richard with the national cup knowledge.
So it was. Sorry about that gymdad! I corrected it.
I have not had an occasion to look at that info yet so no, I don't know how to obtain it. I do save as jpg so I am going to see if I can get it that way. I also will download the Opanda. Thanks for all of that. I was shooting at 1600. That is the best the XTI will do. Before last December, I had only taken pics with small digitals and 35mm. This is my first foray into amateur photography. So needless to say, I have a lot to learn. That is why I have all of you I will see what I can find and then get back with y'all.
Walkin' Like a Penguin Now!
Gallery: 16 photos
Joined Aug 2005
Location: Atwater, CA
fugfuggy wrote in post #4056577
Am I still the only one in the heart of competition season? Have not see any other posts.
I posted some a few weeks ago. We have two more meets in late October. One I can go to and the other I can't because of my wheelchair. Then I think there's one more in February.
Oct 03, 2007 18:10 as a reply to @ Hikin Mike's post |
Oct 03, 2007 18:54 as a reply to @ fugfuggy's post |
Thanks so much for all of that. I checked my exif info. I had fixed at 1.8 so I knew that was good. My shutter speed was only at 1/180. That would explain the blurriness in some of the photos. I didn't however set my meter to spot or my focus to single point. I am still not shooting RAW because my computer is three years old and I don't have the space to support it. Good news is a new computer is on the way so that will change soon. Thanks so much for all of your help.
Joined May 2006
Location: Ansonia, CT
fugfuggy wrote in post #4057213
Love the shot with the girl laying on the beam! They are all very well exposed (big challenge) and all look pretty sharp.
Here are a couple of things that I ALWAYS consider when composing the image. First, the rule of thirds will really help your images. Example, in number 2, put her on the right side of the frame to give her some space where she is looking, same with the last one, more space on top. When shooting landscapes one of the most fundamental rules is to have straight horizons. Same applies here. I really think a crooked image that is easily fixed takes away from the quality of an image. Example, in number 2 the horizon would be the top of the window frames.
One thing that you do well is fill the frame and crop out a lot of clutter. Keep it up!
Thanks! Yes I kind of cropped them a bit quick to post here and now see exactly what you are saying, and agree. I will have another go at them at take a closer look at the composition. Still a work in progress for me.
fugfuggy wrote in post #4057762
BTW, can you post the link to your "for sale" gallery again?
Ooops, missed that request...
Exposure Manager rocks.....I like your set-up....looks good.
Oct 04, 2007 13:00 as a reply to @ GBRandy's post |
That it does. Looks like our pricing is similar... I just used school picture pricing and picked up at literature to come up with my prices. They are competitive for our market. I did notice that football is a tad more expensive on some items than baseball and the fire fighters get a discount on some items... Very complex pricing method!!! :p I'm just pulling your leg.
Oct 04, 2007 22:26 as a reply to @ fugfuggy's post |
It is basically a cave. The gym is located in a business park and is exteremely small. The earlier sessions probably got better pictures because they had the garage doors open to let in light. Unfortunately, we were in the night session and didn't have that light. The set-up also didn't allow for any opportunity to take pictures of bars or vault. We had huge poles in the way of the gallery to partially block these events. Made it tough to video also.
Joined Aug 2007
Oct 05, 2007 23:16 as a reply to @ kpsack's post |
wanted to interrupt long enough to thank everyone for their input Re: San Diego. It is helpful to have like- minded people to bounce ideas and questions around.