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I am wanting to take a pic of my friends car parked in front of a busy road. I am wanting to have the passing cars blurred out, while the car is nice and focused and still. I think the sun will be out tomorrow. I just dont know where to start in terms of settings.
ok i will try that!
Ok another thing for me to try...actually, he likes me a lot, he is not fond of the new husband for his daughter (my ex)...He never smiles, but this guy is the most soft spoken, kind and hard working fella around...but ya, looks like he is mad.
So, should i have had...
Can yall guru's help me? I am trying to figure out why this picture turned out the way it did. My son and my former brother in law are blurry, but my former father in law is clear. I used my Tammy 17-50.
What can i do to avoid this in the future?
Ya, I am used to December celebrations since my wife, son and middle daughter have december birthdays, it would be a nice change.
Thanks Debbie! I will definitely take a lot of pics to share with yall! I will probably make you tired of them! :smile:
Thanks Tim and yes I...
My wife and I just found out that we are having a little girl in November.
I thought I would share with my other family!
Here is a picture of her during our vacation in Guam this past June.
Wow guys, thanks for the input. I currently own a good copy of the Tamron 17-50 that I bought from Tim Golden, and I am very impressed with it. I am going to rent this lens this weekend to do a practice shoot for my cousin. I am very very excited to see what it can do, and yall's samples just...
I went to my cousin's wedding on saturday and noticed this photographer with a remote flash mounted on stand. Naturally, i assumed this was for extra light in this dark hall. Also, i noticed that he was using a camera mounted flash pretty much pointed towards the guests. Out of curiosity what...