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I have been using Wal-Mart one hour and I have had enough. ALL my pics turn out to have a red tint and most look blurry. I keep thinking it's me and my fault with my shooting. I am starting to think my photo abilities are just fine and it's their processing.
Here are some pics I took yesterday.... well these are the "out takes" I posted in my PR. Matthew always makes silly faces at me. It's rare to get a smiling pic. I know they aren't awesome...and I do tend to have focus issues. I always have since the day I got my 50mm (I shoot with a Nikon D100). I still love the lens and just keep trying. Here are the pics.... do you see a red tint? Do the look dark and blurry? Why does it always seem like when I upload to photobucket the pictures look worse than they do on my computer? I am really frustrated and would love some advice.
__________________ Bobbie mom to : Jeremy (22) Amanda (18) Matthew ( 4) and Daniel (2)step-mom to: Stephany (22) and Krista (19) step-grandma to: Wesley (2)
On 1/31/12 at exactly 16 weeks pregnant Noah came too soon. He was our 7th loss
If you would like to see pictures of my sweet (but tiny) boy they can be viewed at www.caringbridge.org/visit/noahdarrohn they aren't the easiest pictures to look at but I am willing to share them with anyone who would like to see them <3
Location: Los Angeles, CA but Australia is my home.
So are these the images you got printed or photos of the photos you had printed? If they are the images then yes I can see the red mainly on the left side of his face on each of the images, it looks like it is being cause by a colour cast from the lighting (tree) and or his clothing. Also there is quite a bit of shadowing which could be casing the darkness in combination with the already dark background. They do seem a bit OOF I would say your SS was a little low.
mytwogirls- there is a big difference, I like the one that you took the contrast from a ton better..
I also wanted to add that you did a great job on the photos! it is pretty hard to get photos of a moving toddler thats for sure.. but when you upload any photo o the internet that you dont want to get "distorted" or the mpixels messed up a better route would be to "save for web"
Proud Marine Wife to Jeremy
Proud Momma to Kadience(4) and Izabella (15mos)
Expecting DanniLyn Marie 3/30!