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Old 12-20-2010, 10:08
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you should go out and get the book "understanding exposure" it will make you understand how to use that camera in Manual and you will be shooting like a pro in no time! If you want the backround more blurry make sure you apature is as low as it will go(F1.8) and then make sure the model is not right against the backdrop the need to have some distance between them.

I have a nikon d90 i started out with the 50mm lense and i loved it but i couldnt get as much as i wanted in the frame example i was outside and wanted a pic of the kids against the fence i had to stand half way across the street like in the middle of the rode to get them both in there! So i went back and got a 35mm instead a little more but fits more in the lense and same great picture quality, anywho hope that helps and really that book is amazing
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Old 12-20-2010, 10:10
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Default Re: I just got my new camera! Canon Rebel T1i

I have that book too! I read it a while back but i need to re read it. I have a couple of other books on the canon t1i too, i just need to take the time to read them and practice! I have the 18-55 it came with and the 50mm...i really want the 17-55...maybe for income tax lol...i can dream right? I promised id learn how to use the camera more before i buy morel lenses though.

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you should go out and get the book "understanding exposure" it will make you understand how to use that camera in Manual and you will be shooting like a pro in no time! If you want the backround more blurry make sure you apature is as low as it will go(F1.8) and then make sure the model is not right against the backdrop the need to have some distance between them.

I have a nikon d90 i started out with the 50mm lense and i loved it but i couldnt get as much as i wanted in the frame example i was outside and wanted a pic of the kids against the fence i had to stand half way across the street like in the middle of the rode to get them both in there! So i went back and got a 35mm instead a little more but fits more in the lense and same great picture quality, anywho hope that helps and really that book is amazing
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Old 12-20-2010, 10:45
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Default Re: I just got my new camera! Canon Rebel T1i

practice makes perfect the more i shoot the better i get i am still not a pro but i am getting better

i attached a pic from my very first "shoot" i do this for free they are my customers who volunteer they just keep items in return great way to get models for cheap the first picture is from the first one i did the second from the last.

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I have that book too! I read it a while back but i need to re read it. I have a couple of other books on the canon t1i too, i just need to take the time to read them and practice! I have the 18-55 it came with and the 50mm...i really want the 17-55...maybe for income tax lol...i can dream right? I promised id learn how to use the camera more before i buy morel lenses though.
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Old 12-20-2010, 02:23
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Default Re: I just got my new camera! Canon Rebel T1i

I have the Canon 50mm 1.8 and it is my favorite! All the reviews said it was very fragile and they weren't kidding...my 8 month old broke the first week I had it, so be very careful. Good thing it was $100 and not $500. I get amazing pictures of that pretty baby face when I use that lens. I got it for blurring the backgrounds. Love it!
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Old 12-20-2010, 06:27
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practice makes perfect the more i shoot the better i get i am still not a pro but i am getting better

i attached a pic from my very first "shoot" i do this for free they are my customers who volunteer they just keep items in return great way to get models for cheap the first picture is from the first one i did the second from the last.
The backdrop in the first picture is on my list! I want that one so bad! its beautiful!
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Old 12-20-2010, 06:56
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i like it but i dont love it i have it in blue as well i had it turned sideways in that pic but i used it after up and down with the molding on it and it looks better, is the one with your new floor a backdrop(the pink damask?)



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The backdrop in the first picture is on my list! I want that one so bad! its beautiful!
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Old 12-20-2010, 07:25
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I highly recommend that lens...I have it on my Nikon and love it...I also use a zooming lens that sort of does that but it isnt as exaggerated.

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So far so good...I'm loving it! Still learning how to use it. I still want the "bokeh" to be more pronounced...meaning MORE blurry in the background. The photography guy recommended purchasing a 50mm lens...Any suggestions/input on this? TIA
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Old 12-20-2010, 07:49
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I am hoping to unwrap one of these Thursday at my moms!
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