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06/01/2010 - 9:03 PM

snowy trees

snowy treesHi lor, yeh i see what you mean about the photo being blurry, dont worry to much about it, we cant be expected to take motion still photos in this freezing weather and without the use of a tripod.
And lor, in this weather, check and wipe your lens before you take a photo, incase the lens has got misted up. Just my opinion but that may be a part of what's happened here.
Big sis xx
04/11/2009 - 11:03 PM

a rose

a roseHi lor, my advice as promised lol..
I actually think it's a very good shot ! It's reasonably sharp.
The only things i would say is it's a little bright, if mum had a program installed which had the brightness/ contrast level, you could adjust the levels up and down to see the benefit, have a word with her!
And also, get a peice of paper and put it up to both sides, top and bottom, and see what the image would look like cropped, (without the background) and see what you think!
Big sis.
09/09/2009 - 8:46 PM

Vibrant

VibrantA great colourful capture, although i dont think the colour of the frame does it any favours, as there's no blue in the shot.
Matching a frame colour to a colour in the shot may suit best, just a thought?
Sam.
14/08/2009 - 3:25 PM

my cat 2

my cat 2Yayyy !! Well done laura, its a beautiful photo, flick through the two photos now (this one and your previous one) and you'll see the difference... that's the difference between a 2megapixel phone and a 9 (is it?) megapixel camera !! I was thinking about it last night after commenting about your last photo and i cant explain it fully to you, but what i know is when you upload/enlarge a photo taken with a phone or camera that has low megapixels it can loose it's quality/sharpness when you enlarge it- megapixels have a big part to play in that. So if you have a decent camera which has a good amount of megapixels your off to a good start. For example, have a look at your pic on your phone from yesterday, it probably looked good on the phone, but beacause it only got 2mp and then had to be enlarged from your phone to be put on here, it lost it's quality and came out blurry.
Now you've taken a photo on mums camera with decent mp and it's come out really good!! Well done love. Only one more thing though, try not to get to close, unless mum got a macro setting on her camera that you can use (macro is designed for taking close-ups) because that can affect the photo coming out blurry aswell ok. And if you can take photos like this, im definatly getting you a camera for your birthday!!!
Big sis.
12/08/2009 - 12:28 PM

star

starAww, it's a lovely shot of him lor, with his tounge poking out lol! But maybe next time you take a photo of him dont have him by the window because it's made his face bright, and try and get him on his own, (mums t shirt is in the way on this photo) Always look around what your taking a photo of, then you 'll learn that things in the background can be a distraction to the photo, and you' ll be moving things out the way. (like i do lol) ok love. A very good try!
Big sis.