Although I would suggest not manipulating what we were learning... (sorry don't know how to explain it) - ie. for the composition lesson, don't crop your photo on the computer too much if you can help it, because the aim of the lesson was to learn how to compose good photographs in camera.
And there is an assignment where you have to 'pan' your camera on a moving object resulting in a blurred background from movement - don't take a sharp image and then whack it into photoshop and give the background a motion blur
That's just so when we show our images, we are showing the result of the lesson, iykwim?
But it's really up to you!
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24-03-2011 19:56 #11
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24-03-2011 19:58 #12
25-03-2011 17:05 #13
Since i've been fiddling the last few days snapping away, i'm done already But I don't want to be the first to post
25-03-2011 17:12 #14-
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I would love to join but am a serious dud when it comes to my DSLR haha
I'm also not keen to post pics of my kids online kwim?
26-03-2011 09:29 #15
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26-03-2011 11:17 #16-
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ok well I am in then! I read the first lesson and it was very interesting. I definately need my manual I only ever take pics on one of the preset settings
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27-03-2011 00:02 #17
Yep get your manual out and just have a quick look at which button does what!
For the first lesson, you don't even need to - auto mode will do what you need it to
And yes definitely get creative and take photos of something other than the kids - I know that as mummies sometimes we forget to take photos of anything else!
27-03-2011 00:36 #18
Count me in, but have no Dslr, just a regular digital.
Im excited, i have put a shout out to some family members i know who have Dslr's, even though i know it would be like loaning out your first born.
She ( Jodie ) writes a great lesson, it's not dull and boring, or hard to follow.
Silly question, but will we just be doing the lessons on here? or interacting with the morguefile website? lol, hope im making sense.
27-03-2011 00:42 #19
hmm - posting to come back and look in the next few days. I might be a little bit behind on lesson one ... but will catch up Im sure
27-03-2011 08:38 #20
subscribing. dont know if i have the time but some sleep deprived shots might be interesting
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