This one had potential. I think if you would of shot it right at the nose of the kayak and not cut off the paddle it would of been
But I am digging your scenery pics. Good job bro.
Thanks bro. I was disappointed when I saw that I cut off the paddle on the left and I only had one shot. Agreed on how it would look better and that's where I miss my UWA. The 17-55 doesn't focus so close so I had to step back to get everything in focus. Oh well.
and yea, M Eazy, such great stuff. like stated above, pay attention to framing. its so hard to get it right, but i always get so mad at myself if i cut off the tiniest thing, it really makes a difference.
and i just got my flash!! im a complete newb to strobes... but from what i know so far, ive been controlling the direction of the light and just messing around with a few things. im going to get an off camera cord soon so i can really get the fun started.
i decide to pull the trigger and get a t1i it the new 15.1 canon that records video. it replace my XTI that was 2 years old. I also pickup a speedlite 580EXII due to the canon rebates, having a dope flash make taking indoor pictures fun!!
I'm considering getting into photography and I've been looking at the nikon d40. Did some research and it seems to be a great beginner slr. Can anyone chime in? Thanks in advance
Get a canon On a serious note though from what I've heard/read about the camera, the d40 is a damn good camera to start out with.
Don't really know much about Nikons in general but I'm sure the camera experts here can help you.