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HeavyWaistband
10-09-2007, 11:22
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Trebuchet
10-09-2007, 13:27
To be frank, It is out of focus, the lighting is poor, and the composition is lacking.

Neat idea, just poorly executed.

I don't mean to offend, it's just that you asked for opinions.:)

HeavyWaistband
10-09-2007, 13:41
no no thats what I was lookin for. it would have been great if it came out clear but it was taken with my girlfriends point and shoot cannon. anyhow. I thought the grainy look from it being outta focus looked kinda cool:highfive:

Fritzer
10-09-2007, 14:04
Hmmm ... Is that yo' finga' on the trigga' ????? :sad:
Poor form unless you are intending to pop the GF's cannon...

MrsKitty
10-09-2007, 16:29
Originally posted by HeavyWaistband
no no thats what I was lookin for. it would have been great if it came out clear but it was taken with my girlfriends point and shoot cannon. anyhow. I thought the grainy look from it being outta focus looked kinda cool:highfive:

Grainy and OOF (out of focus) are two very different things. In the shot in the other thread you started, the bottle is OOF but there isn't grain. The gorgeous water is in focus (and that would have made a nice shot itself to maybe use for your desktop for example).

Grainy is known as "noise" in digital photography or as grain in film. It is generally viewed as a bad distortion in an image. Noise results from your sensor (the little gizmo that captures the image) or from the wrong exposure. A lot of times, it is a combination of the two. You will find a lot less grain on the high-end cameras (prosumer models most people don't want) compared to others you can pick up at somewhere like Wal-Mart. Also, what was considered a pretty good camera five years ago can produce images that are so grainy they are considered trash by today's standards.

All that said, the presence of noise is something I seek out sometimes. I have deliberately underexposed images just too get some grain for an effect.

How's that for muddying the waters? :supergrin:

Oh, the two shots of you and the little girl are great snapshots. She is really cute. Nice additions to an album or scrapbook. :)

HeavyWaistband
10-09-2007, 16:56
thanks kitty! thats my daughter.
she loves the camera. same kiddo nother snapshot better camera
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HeavyWaistband
10-09-2007, 17:00
Originally posted by Fritzer
Hmmm ... Is that yo' finga' on the trigga' ????? :sad:
Poor form unless you are intending to pop the GF's cannon...
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spober
10-10-2007, 20:50
Originally posted by HeavyWaistband
thanks kitty! thats my daughter.
she loves the camera. same kiddo nother snapshot better camera
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dude a lets see here a do you ware eye glasses?if not get you eyes checked.soft focs is never good.if you eyes are good then hold the camera steadier!:rofl:

Trebuchet
10-11-2007, 09:52
Originally posted by spober
dude a lets see here a do you ware eye glasses?if not get you eyes checked.soft focs is never good.if you eyes are good then hold the camera steadier!:rofl:

The white flowers are in focus...

HeavyWaistband
10-24-2007, 21:15
The white flowers are in focus...

Yeah ...flowers sit still. try that with a three year old

Glkster19
11-02-2007, 17:27
Yeah ...flowers sit still. try that with a three year old


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