lostpup wrote:Mox I play more than anything with my DSLR. You have a nice set up for plaing around and close shots. As you read up you will find that you want better glass and a bit bigger lens. Your pics will be fine for hobby shooting. The thing I've had to lear is setting up the photo. Like shadow in the first pic. The light and angle is good on the pup but to me the shadow takes away form the over all picture. The middle picture is good. The 3rd picture there is not enough light on the dogs face it kinda fades away into the back ground. Please don't think I know everything. I'm learning as I type these are just the things I've had to learn to have outstanding picture instead of GOOD pictures. Hope the info helps you out without sounding synical........
REM1100 wrote:It appears the subject is too close creating a small DOF preferred to shoot at a longer focal length to get the full shot of the dog, in the back part of the dog is not sharp the shadow in the background can be cropped out. Also you may taken the shot on AE mode and any black object is the hardest to photograph causing the camera to pick a very high ISO resulting in the washed out background
Try taking the dog in a slightly different lighting position free of shadows and try an ISO of 200 or 400 along with f6,3-f8.
The other comments are good. I also am still learning and doing research daily looking at sample images on the internet
In time after looking up glossary and practice with new settings then you will appreciate the pictures better
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