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Old 04-08-2011, 09:20
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So I finally figured out how to do a few things on my camera without doing the automatic settings, and I was wondering if some of you awesome photog. could give me some advice on things I could do to make the pictures better. tia
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Old 04-08-2011, 10:39
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they look good editing will really make the difference do you have a program?
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uh oh that is with editing lol I use picnik
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Old 04-08-2011, 11:04
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Warning~ NOT an awsome photographer ~

I love the black and white picture, that is just too cute and really makes the product stand out

I think the second picture the shoes looks a little blurred.. maybe it is just me? They just do not look as "crisp" as some of the pictures I have seen.

I love the angles you are going for though, very artsy

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What kind of camera are you using?

I think that you are definitely on the right track. My only advice would be to have a wider angle in the top left photo, so you can really see all of the shoes. Then in the other three photos you can showcase all the details. If you are using a point and shoot camera, switch to either a portrait or macro setting for the detail photos to make them extra sharp.

These shoes are adorable!
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I am using a fuji finepix i was on custom setting i turned the lcd brightner on and used super macro
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