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Mar 11, 2008 02:24 |  #1

Still practicing with the XTi, trying to get better, let me know what you think, thanks!

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Mar 11, 2008 08:13 |  #2

Could be just my laptop monitor but they seem a bit out of focus (or possibly blurred). Did you use a tripod?


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Mar 11, 2008 08:16 |  #3

Think about background etc...
They do seem blurred ???


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Mar 11, 2008 09:48 |  #4

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Mar 11, 2008 10:39 |  #5

Theyr'e a bit out of focus. Are those all AutoArt models?


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Mar 11, 2008 10:55 |  #6

Yeah I guess they're a little out of focus now that I look at it, sorry about that.

They're made by MMP or something, thats what it says at the bottom, they're hand built though, each has over 1000+ pieces.

Thanks Photos guy, will check that out now.



  
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Mar 11, 2008 10:59 |  #7

Yeah I guess they're a little out of focus now that I look at it, sorry about that.

Nothing to be sorry about - these things happen to all of us (well me anyway) at times :) You definitely should use a tripod and a cable release, or put the camera on the tripod and use the self timer.


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Mar 11, 2008 12:47 |  #8

HailttRedskins wrote in post #5091431 (external link)
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How do they get out of the cars? Crawl through each other's windows?

on a serious note, the DOF is too small, and can't get the whole car in focus.


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Mar 11, 2008 14:16 |  #9

Of course, they always crawl out the window.

Actually the table I was using was filled with stuff so I had to keep it in a small area.



  
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Mar 11, 2008 15:57 |  #10

#3 has to much light IMO, the light is robbing the cars of their beauty and makes it look really OOF. Not bad, I don't think I'd be able to do any better :( I have an XTi as well, great starter camera! #1 is probably my favorite, even though it's dark the light isn't to bright, just wish the background was better, you should make yourself a DIY lightbox. Get some white paper and get a nice light in there... Just like product shooting. You can find a project plan in the DIY forums, along with other great and cheap ways to enhance your photographs.

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