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Flower Girl by Wild

Flower Girl

Hi Both, Thank you for your coments
The photo was taken with a Nikon D200 using a Nikon AF-S DX Nikkor 18-105mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR Lens
f/11 1/500sec ISO-400.
This was taken at my neighbours christening party and this little girl was very camera shy. every time she saw me and my camera she covered her face so I was lucky to get this shot.
Thank you for your Mods Willie they are very good love the skin tones you have achived with them Smile
Once again thanks for your coments they are very much apreciated.

By: Wild

Cheltenham 2011 by Wild

Cheltenham 2011

Thank you both it was a great day won a bit, lost a lot Wink but more to the point got some great photo's Grin

By: Wild

Vinyl by Johnny81

Vinyl

Stunning shot, brings back a few memories Smile

By: Johnny81

Daffodils by brianhaslam

Daffodils

Beautiful !!

Mags

By: brianhaslam

Dunlin by Steve_S

Dunlin

Just WOW what more can I say
Mags

By: Steve_S

Beach Boat by StevenBest

Beach Boat

This is a beautiful shot would look well on canvas on my wall Smile

By: StevenBest

Pan's Island Ballycastle by aberration

Pan's Island Ballycastle

Just beautiful would make a nice canva sSmile

By: aberration

experimenting with lights by Wild

experimenting with lights

Thank you for the comments: Willie I love your mod.. I had this arranged in a softbox and had a daylight lamp at the side edge, the box was positioned under the ceiling spots and dimmed half way. This was a first attempt at still life photography and throughout the evening I took quite a few pictures moving the light around and different levels of light on the dimmer. It was really interesting to see how different the same shot looks just by moving the light source. I must confess I had my camera set on auto so my next step will be changing the settings and working more manual. I was using an 18-105 VR lens and yes had it on a tripod using an off camera shutter release. I dont have any prime lenses just 2 at the moment the other one I have is the 70-300 VR.
Thank you for the coments I have written down your recomendations ready for my next session

Regards
Mags

By: Wild

First Portraite by Wild

First Portraite


Quote: Hi Margaret.. She is very pretty i cant understand why you would need to cover anything up, but there is software out the to try.Portrait Professional 9 is a good bit of kit and a piece of cake to use.Link at bottom of page. Did you take this hand held as the subject is out of focus. The use of a tripod will help a lot. lighting always a bunus and reflectors. Try placing the subjects by windows with plenty of light. Always check the background making sure no objects are seen in the shot i.e chairs/ornaments/doorways/ pictures etc. Hope this helps.

http://www.portraitprofessional.com/?gclid=CNHl1sLO5qUCFcoifAodZkMlSg

By: Wild

Water dog by Wild

Water dog

Thank you for the comment, on this occasion the camera gave the settings, I had just recived my new lenses that day and was really only trying them out to see what they could do,
I will certainly look more at shutter speeds as looking at your mod I can see how much better a little more light brings. I dont look at the histogram. I really am not sure what this is or how it works, I have only had this camera 3 weeks and have a lot to learn about it. my D70 was stolen in may and I have only just had the insurance settled.
Once again thank you for your help with this it will definatly help my future efforts.

By: Wild

Piecefull times by Wild

Piecefull times

Thank you Carol, Glad you like it,

By: Wild

Does my nut look big in this?? by Brian65

Does my nut look big in this??

Fabulous shot and I love the title, he is so sweet.
Wild

By: Brian65

Just lazing around by Wild

Just lazing around

Thank you both for the comments, I see what you mean by cropping. I have only just got photoshop as I have only just began taking photo's with an SLR camera (1 month) still learning about how to use the camera so will have to take some of my shots into photoshop and have a seriouse play!! Thank you Lynne for the modification it looks fantastic now. I will now explore how you put the frame and title around it.

By: Wild

From the darkness by Adderwatcher

From the darkness

Lovely detail a real natural look I love it
Mags

By: Adderwatcher

*Podhian* by Rock

*Podhian*

Beautifull well done

By: Rock

All Eyes on Me by peterkemp

All Eyes on Me

Very Ellegant - Nice shot

By: peterkemp

Cheltenham by Wild

Cheltenham

Thank you for your comment Martyn, it had been a lovely week, then on the wednesday when we went to Cheltenham it was very dull overcast and a few spots of rain. This was the first day I really messed with settings on my camera I have only had it a month and done most of my shooting on auto settings. So I rampped up the shutter speed to try it out and see if i could get a clear shot. I was pleased with the result and will try different approaches as I read more of the manual Smile

By: Wild

A day at Cheltenham Races 2010 by Wild

A day at Cheltenham Races 2010

Thank you both for your comments, I will have a play in photoshop and try to crop the image, new to photoshop as well so it will be a challenge for me. once again thank you.

By: Wild

A Country lane by pauldawn

A Country lane

Makes you want to walk down this lane. Just perfect

By: pauldawn

stratford by Wild

stratford

Thank you for your kind comment Ronnie

By: Wild

eyebridge mist by banny

eyebridge mist

Wow that is just Breath Taking so beautiful.
Mags

By: banny