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a nice sunny autumn day in the peak district.i need as much feedback as possible as im not sure or a lot of the things i can do with my camera.

Brand:Canon
Camera:Canon EOS 50D
Lens:10.0 - 20.0 mm (35 mm equivalent: 15.8 - 31.7 mm)
Recording media:JPEG (digital)
Date Taken:18 Nov 2012 - 1:31 PM
Focal Length:20mm
Aperture:f/18.0
Shutter Speed:30sec
Exposure Comp:-1.0
ISO:100
Exposure Mode:Shutter speed priority AE
Metering Mode:Evaluative
Flash:Off, Did not fire
White Balance:Cloudy
Title:padley george
Username:mobex0177 mobex0177
Uploaded:18 Nov 2012 - 10:06 PM
Tags:Landscape / travel
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banehawi
banehawi Critique Team 10868 forum postsbanehawi vcard Canada2867 Constructive Critique Points
19 Nov 2012 - 12:56 AMConstructive Critique!This comment was flagged as constructive critique! 

A 30 second exposure Daniel requires the use of a tripod, and either a remote shutter release, or the use of the cameras self timer, to avoid causing any vibration when pressing the shutter. Did you do any of this? The image is quite blurry, and also the top portion is overexposed.

Normally, you would use either manual exposure, and take a number of shots with different settings, - or, use aperture priority (Av on Canon), set it like it is here, f/16 or so, then manually focus 1/3 into the scene, and half press to see what the camera choses for speed. if it long enough for the milky water effect, - a few seconds is all that needed with fast moving water, then take the shot.


lets know how you approached this shot and we can provide some assistance, - or, perhaps you have already got the information you need?


regards



Willie

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paulbroad  781 forum posts United Kingdom852 Constructive Critique Points
19 Nov 2012 - 7:55 PMConstructive Critique!This comment was flagged as constructive critique! 

I'm guessing you used some kind of support or things would have been even less sharp. Your main problem here is camera shake, and even a mild breeze will result in camera movement onmost lightweight tripods outdoors. Movement is almost impossible to sharpen properly in software.

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