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rebeen
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Nov 29, 2007 05:06 |  #1

first time digital SLR user !!
hello every body her first that is my first post second I'm happy to find my self amount community like this one .
Thea's picture you Se it is me first shot with me first ever digital SLR camera EOS 400D canon that was good deal for my (it coast me 1200 AUS $ with twin lens) Thea shot is with stander lens one with auto the another with P and costumes of shutter speed . please and comment it is more welcome am new to the SLR world so please i need all help and comment. thinks
first image is with auto
second one with P and costumes of shutter speed.
sorry for my bore English!!


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Nov 29, 2007 11:26 |  #2

I think those are good for your first SLR pictures :). The more pictures you take the more you will learn about what you like, and what you do not like.

The child in the second one is really cute, and the light is nice and soft... I like it alot.

What is your native language? Just curious :)


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Nov 29, 2007 20:47 |  #3

Had the flower been a bit more colorful and a little less worm-eaten, the picture would have been much more interesting. As it is, it is a well lighted and properly exposed image with good composition - end of story.

The little girl is quite charming, but the background and surroundings kill the picture. It's just too busy with unrelated things.

Again, it is well lighted and a good exposure.


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Nov 29, 2007 20:50 |  #4

Congratulations and welcome to POTN.

You need to learn your camera first. Try out the Av and Tv modes. Try the spot metering function on an image like the first one so you get the exposure correct for the bright white flowers.

Keep up the good work with your English and we can help you even more.



  
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Nov 30, 2007 08:21 as a reply to  @ Meaty0's post |  #5

thinks everybody for all comment really appreciated
i well flow the suggestion and for now I'm reading the Manuel and trying to discover my camera .
by the way Doogiekr may native language is Kurdish ???
Robert_Lay i well but your comment on my mind next time be sure abut this
Meaty0 i well play with them shortly is there any kind of setting for just start like a learning path??
again thinks all .


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Nov 30, 2007 09:06 |  #6

Check out John Hedgecoe's books about photography.


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Meaty0
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Nov 30, 2007 16:40 |  #7

rebeen wrote in post #4412668 (external link)
is there any kind of setting for just start like a learning path??
again thinks all .

Start with the camera manual....memorize it!:D



  
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