Central FL zoo

Discussion in 'Photo Hut' started by pitpok, Jan 25, 2010.

  1. pitpok

    pitpok Well-Known Member

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    Went to the zoo with Courtney. Nice photo opps.
    Enjoy and criticize need be.
    Finally got Photobucket.
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  2. skinny_water

    skinny_water Well-Known Member

    Nice, were you shooting all in manual? Ya got some sweet ones in this group!

    Cheetah pic is a little blurry and too bright.
    Same with Parrot Pic.
    When shooting indoor pics remember to adjust your white balance, this will correct the yellowish/orange color in the picture.
    First Girl/Elephant pic, open up your appature to get more depth of field.
    Porcipine pic, crop down to remove cement out of the top right, it's distracting. Fix that and it will be sweet!
    Kangaroo pic is a tad bright, you can fix that in photo editor.
     

  3. pitpok

    pitpok Well-Known Member

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    Yep...those were all shot in M mode. I shoot over 300 photos and those were the best ones. The cheetah was the toughest shot. I could not get the right shutter speed to capture it as it was walking around and was shooting through glass.

    As far as the white balance goes...what would your recommend for a situation like this. My guess is florescent. I forgot what I had it set at....
    Thanks for the response.
    Andrew
     
  4. skinny_water

    skinny_water Well-Known Member

    The white ballance setting is called "Incandescent" or standard lightbulbs.
     
  5. snooknreds2

    snooknreds2 Well-Known Member

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    Those are great!!
    Keep up the good work!
     
  6. Big_Fish

    Big_Fish Well-Known Member

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    Nice pics! how do you get the border on them?
     
  7. paint it black

    paint it black Paddling away...

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    I add a border to my pics using photoshop.
    Select all, border 15px, then fill with black.

    He probably used another way.



    Some of those pictures are great.
     
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