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Door knocker No2

By dusfim
Thanks to all for your votes and critique,I really appreciate.

This is another door knocker on one of the doors found in Mdina Malta.

Tags: General Metal work

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This photo is here for critique. Please only comment constructively and with suggestions on how to improve it.

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User_Removed 9 26 2 United States
26 Feb 2011 1:19AM
Very elaborate door knocker! You have such a wealth of subjects to photograph in Malta, Mario!
Christina

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Philo 7 99 83 England
26 Feb 2011 8:25AM
The door knocker is quite lovely but unfortunately it appears out of focus. Not sure why but you could try increasing the ISO for a faster shutter speed. The image is also a fair bit under exposed. If you look at the histogram, without the border and logo, it falls well short of the rhs. Dragging the slider in to meet the edge of the histogram resets the white point thus making the image brighter and adding contrast.
I hope this helps.
Phil
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6 3 1 United Kingdom
26 Feb 2011 12:39PM
Must have been some important door! IB
banehawi 13 1.7k 3748 Canada
26 Feb 2011 4:25PM
This is camera shake Mario.


Youve used a combination of 70mm and 1/50 sec with a crop factor camera which is too slow.

Heres the way to understand the minimum speed you need to handhold a shot:

Min speed = 1/( focal length * crop factor); so in your case, thats 1/(70 * 1.5) = 1/105, - and since this speed doesnt appear on your camera, then its the next one up, which is 1/120.

So when using Aperture exposre, its important to keep an eye on the shutter speed the camera selects, and if its too slow, then increase your ISO, or open your aperture wider; then check again.

Using an ISO of 400 for this would have meant a speed of 1/100 that might have just worked, but barely.



Hope this helps



regards



Willie

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