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Old 19-04-2012, 17:42   #21 (permalink)
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how did you get on at Longbridge? did you use RAW?
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If you can get a lens that will give you a very shallow depth of field, this will add something to your shots. It will allow you to focus the attention of the observer to key points of your picture. Something like this

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This shot is what you'll be after. Nice

Also, RAW shooting is great, as you can play with all of the settings in the warmth of your study!

Read the manual for your camera from front to back twice and then read it again. Playing with all of the settings is the best way to learn. Have fun!
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