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MrsS 9 4.5k 18 England
6 Jan 2010 7:12PM
It looks very cold!

I wonder if you got a touch of camera shake due to the low light conditions? You could always try using a tripod to overcome the problem Smile

Fran x

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6 Jan 2010 7:19PM
yh it was freezing and i couldn't hold the camera stil lol ty for the tip ill ask my mum to get me one lol
6 Jan 2010 7:46PM
nice capture even with the unsteady hand
Sampics 6 6 United Kingdom
6 Jan 2010 9:03PM
Hi 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
KarenFB Plus
9 4.6k 167 England
7 Jan 2010 6:08AM
There are some folk who would have used Photoshop to get this soft effect! Wink

Well seen and a good try! Smile
cats_123 Plus
12 4.4k 25 Northern Ireland
7 Jan 2010 7:53AM
some people spend hours in photoshop trying to produce a slight blur!!! Smile I like it
Sampics 6 6 United Kingdom
8 Jan 2010 5:38PM
I'm sure they do, but that's not what laura was trying to acheive here. I only know as i spoke to her when she uploaded it, and she said she wasnt happy with the blur. Suggestions on how not to get a blurry photo was what she wanted, but of course she didnt state that on here so you wouldnt know. Ive told her on future uploads, to write in her description what shes not happy with in order to recieve the constructive critique she wants.
Im sure she appreciates your feedback though.
Sam.
10 Jan 2010 11:30PM
nice one

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