Thank you and enjoy,
The rules couldn’t be simpler. Edit the photo in this post, then come back and show us your result and tell us how you did it. It may also be helpful to mention what program you used so that people who are new to post-processing know which program the terminology goes with.
If you’d like your photo to be the subject of one of these WWYD threads, simply drop me a PM with a link to the medium and large size of your photo. I use the photos in the order that I get them, but rest assured, I always use them.
Now, let’s see what you would do!
I was on the way home from work today and spotted this rag in the middle of the path. I was going to just cycle past it and focus on getting home but something stopped me so I turned around, got my kit out (oo er!) and took a few shots. I thought it was a pretty good shot but I could probably crop the top bit down a tad.
ISO – 100
Focal Length – 33mm
This picture was taken with a Sony H50, Exposition: 1.3, Aperture: f/2.8, focal distance: 7.4 mm, ISO: 80, Flash: Off.
There is something that bothers me in this picture that I can’t tell what it is. I liked it though and found it a good shot but nothing more than a good shot. What you guys think that is missing to turn it into a great shot? Maybe should I wait for a full moon? Is it too dark? The composition could be different? Please help me on this one.
Today i had an interesting day while taking macro shots of roses.
The thing is that macro also requires composition elements. So share Your opinions of this shot for me.
Camera: Nikon D40
Exposure: 0.005 sec (1/200)
Focal Length: 55 mm
ISO Speed: 200
Exposure Bias: -1 EV