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Bath Time 2

By arhab
Now using S mode, I tried using manual mode but it never find the right exposure. even i tried to raise the iso. the right exposure is on slower shutter speed like 1/40 or 1/30. so i change to s mode and choose 1/200 then the other auto.

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banehawi Plus
12 1.5k 3555 Canada
30 Jun 2012 4:10PM
Much, much better. The Sports mode provided a fast shutter speed and resulted in a very nice shot, - this one is quite good Muhammad. Youve even caught some nice water drops at the top.



regards


Willie

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mhfore 9 6 176 England
30 Jun 2012 4:48PM
Hi Muhammad,

Not only have you captured some nice water drops as Willie said but I also think you have caught two good facial expressions. I like the composition and the fact that your eyes have to work there way into the darkness to see if there is anything else to discover. That said I feel a tighter crop on the left may also work, there is alot of space on that side with no detail for the eyes to rest.

If you look at the mod you will see that with a slight crop you can end up with the Ladies face on a third along with the child being on another third which should give you a more balanced image.

Take care
Martin
paulbroad 9 117 1075 United Kingdom
30 Jun 2012 8:47PM
This is a nice natural image with interesting content. There is slight unsharpness, but not enough to spoil the image. You must control by shutter speed for such shots, as you have done here. You could look at what auto suggests, then set the same values on manual, but shoot several images, varying the aperture - if time and situation allows.

paul
arhab 4 43 2 Indonesia
1 Jul 2012 4:44PM
Thank You Willie, Martin and Paul.

Paul, Yes I had look at the auto setting and tried with manual setting. But sometimes it won't work. the exposure not right. i don't know what happen, but i think it is because the lack of sensor, that's why i used shutter speed mode.

And martin thanks for mod, you are right, i was thinking to crop before but then I am thinking to wait after suggestion from you all.

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